Striker Khuda Muyaba has said he is looking forward to scoring more goals for the Glad Africa Championship side Polokwane City after netting in a 1-1 stalemate against Steenburg United on Saturday.
It was Muyaba’s second goal for the club, having scored in a 2-2 draw with Free State Stars last week.
But the on-and-off Flames striker believes time has come for him to prove his worth in the Rainbow Nation.
“I will score more goals for the club. It is my desire to help the club this season and also fight for the Golden Boot Award,” said the former Silver Strikers and Moyale Barracks star.
Following the draw, Polokwane are on position 11 on the log table with 13 points from 11 matches.
Muyaba has rediscovered his scoring boots in the second-tier league, having struggled in the DStv Premiership last season with the Limpopo-based side when he failed to score.
Muyaba played few minutes last season for the club due to on and off the pitch issues.
The striker moved to the PSL last year with a reputation as goal-poacher, having won the TNM Super League Golden Boot Award with 21 goals— becoming the first player to score 20 goals in the league since 2005.
Only Aggrey Kanyenda had scored more than 20 goals in a season.
Sports analyst George Kaudza-Masina hailed Muyaba for his impressive run this season.
“It is good for the team and Malawi that Muyaba is scoring goals. I am sure he will score more goals this season,” he said.
Meanwhile, Flames striker Gabadinho Mhango was introduced as second half substitute in Orlando Pirates’ 2-1 victory over rivals Kaizer Chiefs in a Soweto Derby. Mhango missed some matches due to injury.
Elsewhere, John Maduka’s Bloemfontein Celtic defeated TTM 1-0 to move four points clear of the relegation zone.