Cape Town - Cape Town City striker Lehlohonolo Majoro is hoping to find
his best form in the second half of the season after overcoming injury.
Majoro suffered an injury against former club Kaizer Chiefs
in a league game last November which saw him missing five matches, including
the Telkom Knockout final win over SuperSport United.
The 30-year-old has scored three goals for his new club -
all of them coming in November prior to him being sidelined.
The break for the Africa Cup of Nations has, however, given
the former AmaZulu and Orlando Pirates marksman more time to regain full fitness,
and he says he is raring to go for the second half of the season.
"It feels good to be back and I pray that there are no
injuries in the second-half of the season because I want to play more. I want
to be sharp like I was before getting injured," Majoro told SoccerLaduma.
"I hope I will gel with the team, because you can see
they have been performing well and I believe that with hard work and
dedication, everything will fall in to place. But, one game at a time.
"At this point in time we are still busy with
mid-season games, and I have been doing well in those mid-season games.
Hopefully I will carry those performances into an official game," said the
City are currently joint top of the standings, behind
SuperSport and Bidvest Wits only on goal difference.
Their next league match is against Highlands Park on
February 7 in Cape Town.