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David Zulu targets Chippa United impact

Posted: 13 October 2016 Time: 09:30

Striker David Zulu feels his game has matured and is eager to make this season a memorable one for Chippa United.

The 30-year-old is back at Chippa for a second loan spell after initially trading the Chilli Boys for Kaizer Chiefs in October 2014.

Zulu - the NFD top scorer in 2013/14 with 16 goals - penned a four-year contract with Amakhosi but failed to make an impact in an injury-affected stay at Naturena.

He also disappointed last term with just one goal in 14 league outings for the Port Elizabeth-based oufit.

Zulu, however, is feeling confident again after netting his first goal of the season in a 4-1 win over Baroka in September.

“I am feeling good about my game, it is progressing and I am not worried at all,” Zulu told Chippa's website.

“It felt good to grab my first of the season against Baroka. We played a good game and the movement was good that night.

“It is my job as a striker to score goals. The goal has helped boost my confidence, and I am looking forward to picking  up from that, and do even better for the club this season. We all believe as players that we can improve and make this a season to remember in the history of the club.”

He added: “I like to think that I have matured as a player since my first spell here. I know when to shoot, create for a teammate or create a space for a teammate to make a run. I am more of a team player now and all I do revolves around the team. My goals are aligned to that of the team. The team comes first.”

Dan Malesela's side are sixth on the Absa Premiership table with seven points from three games, and next visit leaders Golden Arrows in Durban on Saturday.

Article by: Staff Reporter
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