AmaZulu striker Ayanda Dlamini feels the team is ready to fight back when the season resumes in three weeks and their fitness level is high.
Dlamini said the training sessions have been great and he feels that they are ready to give it a run after all the hard work during the break.
“The training has been going well. The most important thing especially after coming from the break is to get the fitness level high. Personally I am happy with my fitness level and I am looking forward to bouncing back strong,” he said.
He said playing against Orlando Pirates in their opening game after the break will be challenging, but they are not focusing on the opponent but rather playing good football and winning.
“Playing against Orlando Pirates does not really mean anything to us as we are in this situation. We need to win every match and focusing on the opponents will not help us at all. We are aware that they finished in good form in the first leg but we need to focus on ourselves,” said Dlamini.
The KwaNongoma-born striker said he is happy with his performance against Golden Arrows in the friendly matches they played on Tuesday where he scored in both the games.
“It felt good to score in both the friendly matches we played against Golden Arrows. I think that improved my confidence as we are three weeks away from the PSL. It is important to do well at training because what you do there determines your performance during the match,” he said.Share