Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs striker Gustavo Paez has set himself a target of netting 10 goals by the end of 2017.
The Amakhosi marksman has already netted three goals in six league
matches this season and is optimistic he can treble his output by the
time the PSL goes into the Christmas break.
"For me, okay I have three goals. I want to score, I say maybe 10
from now until December, but it all depends on the team and me to take
"We have to try to create more occasions [chances] to arrive at that number," he said.
The 27-year-old Venezuelan marksman is in his second season with Chiefs, having arrived midway through the last campaign.
He has become a regular starter for Steve Komphela's side and will be
looking to add to his goal tally when Chiefs meet Baroka FC in a league
match on Saturday evening at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, although he is
also wary of Bakgaga's attacking capabilities.
"We know Baroka is a very fast team and they are similar to Golden
Arrows (Chiefs drew 0-0 with Arrows last weekend). We have to try to
defend well," Paez cautioned.
Kick off is at 18:00.