Chapungu forward Denver Mukamba says he wants his name on the next Castle Lager Premier League top goalscorer trophy.
Mukamba’s debut goal for Chapungu has inspired the attacker to gun for lot more goals in the coming few months, an attitude his coach and teammates will welcome.
“I am happy to be playing in the Premier League again. I was not attached for the last six months, but that does not mean, I can’t play good football anymore,” Mukamba told Newsday.
“My mission here is to win many games with Chapungu, a team coached by my father (Rodwell Dhlakama). I personally want a top-four finish, there is still time for me to be the top goal scorer and also be on the Soccer Stars calendar. No one can rule me out because I am back,” he added.
Mukamba further added that his scoring ambition runs alongside his desire to make those that believe in happy proud.
“I promise, this time I will play to the best of my abilities. I will score so many goals for Chapungu and make those who have faith in me happy,” he concluded.
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