AmaZulu striker Bongi Ntuli believes that he has gained his confidence and he will be scoring more goals for his club this year.
Ntuli, who is on loan from Mamelodi Sundowns, scored his first goal for Usuthu when they won 5-2 against SuperSport United and he was the savior when Usuthu played a 1-1 draw against Mpumalanga Black Aces on Saturday night.
“I think I am getting my momentum of scoring goals once again. I know that my duty in AmaZulu is to score goals and that is why I am happy that I am now able to score,” said Ntuli.
After having spent about eight months without game time at Mamelodi Sundowns, the KwaZulu-Natal born striker, who made a name for himself at Golden Arrows, said there is no turning back as he has started with scoring.
“There is no turning back now; I need to score in each and every game because that is part of my job. The relationship and communication amongst us as players is good. We are all working towards one clear goal and that is to help the club fight relegation,” he said.
Ntuli said it will be important to grasp every opportunity they get with both hands, because they have been playing good football so far.Share