AmaZulu’s new signing Bongi Ntuli has made it clear that his main priority is to get more game time and help the KZN side to avoid relegation this season.
The tall striker, who made a name for himself at Golden Arrows by banging in goals, joins his home team AmaZulu after not getting much game time at Mamelodi Sundowns.
“The good thing is that I know the coach believes in me and that’s enough motivation for me because I just want to get game time and help the team,” said Ntuli.
The 23-year-old Durban-born player said he has been welcomed well at the club and he is glad that he has played before with some of the players, which will help him to adapt quickly to what coach Steve Barker wants.
“I’ve been welcomed by the guys nicely as well, it’s good that with a few of them we know each other well.
“There’s a lot I will learn from the strikers and senior players in the team, while I believe they too will learn something from playing with me,” he added.
Ntuli said despite being placed at the bottom of the log, he still believes that the team can succeed.
“There’s still a big chance for us a team to come out of the bottom. I do believe in the guys and if we work together as one the team can survive,” said Ntuli.Share