The former Santos marksman is continuing where he left off during the 2010/11 season, when he scored six goals in eight League starts for the ‘Students'. Chapman is again on a roll this season having matched his last season statistics with six goals in eight League starts already and just one behind the current Absa Premiership top scorer Katlego Mphela, who is on seven goals. The former Orlando Pirates youth player helped Wits thump Bucs 3-1 on Saturday evening, but has opted to stick to self-effacing amid talk of his goal scoring prowess. "I'm doing well because I'm playing regular football… It has helped me in a sense that I have been able to maintain some consistency, because I play on a regular basis. I don't think much has changed about my game, except that I play regularly," he tells KickOff.com. However, the 24-year-old believes he may maintain the consistency if he doesn't "get ahead" of himself. "I have been getting a lot of phone calls of late, but I shouldn't get ahead of myself. I must just do my best," Chapman says.