Cape Town - Cape Town City assistant coach Vasili Manousakis believes
forward Kermit Erasmus is getting better as this season comes to an end.
Erasmus signed for City in December and has scored three
goals in his last four league games with two of those being match-winners -
against defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns and Bidvest Wits.
The Bafana striker will again be a key player for the
Citizens when they take on Kaizer Chiefs in a Nedbank Cup last eight clash on
Sunday and Manousakis is looking forward to what Erasmus produces.
Manousakis was quoted by the IOL website as saying:
"He's a special player. His strikes against Sundowns and Wits showed what
he's capable of on his day.
"He's getting stronger by the game and I expect to see
him score a lot more."
Benni McCarthy's team are also still in with a shout for
league glory as they are three points behind leaders Sundowns.
McCarthy captured his first trophy as a coach when City
claimed the MTN top-eight title earlier in this campaign.