Majoro, who top scored for Amakhosi last season with 10 goals from 28 appearances, has found the going tougher this campaign, and since the arrival of Kingston Nkhatha as he has been relegated to the bench.
Baxter says Majoro is not playing because Nkhatha has been doing so well, but he adds that he is pleased with Majoro's attitude at training.
"Majoro was little bit unlucky because when I came into the team Kingston Nkhatha also came in. It's like, who was going to take the shots and Kingston got in at the beginning of the winning team," Baxter explains.
"You can't change a winning team, but Majoro has been showing a great attitude at training, which I like."
"I can only say he is going to keep on playing and keep on pushing Kingston and if Kingston doesn't deliver, then there will be him, Kaizer Motaung Jnr and Sthembiso Ngcobo who will be ready to take his place."