Absa Premiership

'I want to score over 20 goals next season'

2016-06-01 17:59
Jeremy Brockie (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - SuperSport United striker Jeremy Brockie was left disappointed with the number of goals he scored this term and promised to improve his tally next season.

Despite scoring 18 times in all competitions for Matsatsantsa and helping them win the Nedbank Cup final against Orlando Pirates, the New Zealand international feels he could have scored more goals.

"I am reasonably happy with my overall goals tally of 18 [in all competitions] but I am not happy with only scoring 11 goals in the league," Brockie told KickOff.

"I want to improve this figure next season and I believe that I can. I want to score over 20 goals next season in all competitions.

"The Nedbank Cup was my first piece of silverware and the build-up to the final and then eventually winning leaves me with a feeling of wanting to achieve more."

The Ke Yona triumph secured a spot in the CAF Confederation Cup for Stuart Baxter's side, and Brockie is looking forward to the challenge.

"It's fantastic to qualify for CAF, and I think the club will be happy with what we achieved in the end with a trophy and a top-eight finish when at one stage it looked like we were done and dusted," he added.

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