Cape Town - Black Leopards striker Mwape Musonda insists he can still do
better after becoming the Absa Premiership's leading scorer this past weekend.
Musonda hit a second half hat-trick as Leopards come from
2-0 down to beat Chippa United 3-2 on Sunday.
It was the first treble scored in the PSL in two years as
the Zambian leaped up the scoring charts to 12 goals.
The tally is already more than the two leading scorers of
last season, Percy Tau and Rodney Ramagalela both finished the last campaign
with 11 strikes to their name.
Musonda still has eight games remaining and says he will be
pushing himself to add to his tally
He was quoted by SowetanLIVE website as saying: "I am happy to
have scored 12 goals even though I think I can do better. We still have eight
games to go so we just have to keep pushing.
"What was important is that the team got the points. Yes,
I got the hat-trick, but I am pleased that we won."
The victory against the Chilli Boys was Lidoda Duvha's first
win after a run of five games without a win and Musonda has urged his team to
start games on the front foot.
The forward added: "We have been hurting ourselves
because we haven't been putting the goals away.
"In all our games we allowed the opponent to hit us
first. We have to get going from the [first] whistle."