Sedwyn George has faith the goals will come at Ajax Cape Town
Posted: 25 September 2017 Time: 14:30
Ajax Cape Town striker Sedwyn George has been instructed to be more aggressive in the opposition's box.
George is yet to score since joining Ajax in the off-season after topping the NFD scoring charts with 20 strikes for Royal Eagles.
However, the 26-year-old has faith his fortunes will change.
"I don't think I have lost it [scoring touch]," George told KickOff.com.
"I'm still working on it every day. I am just waiting for the opportunity, that's all. I can surely say the hunger is there and as long as the team is winning I'm happy. I must just stay ready, that's all. It's all about patience in football... it's still early in the league, we'll see how it goes."
He added: "I was just given the advice by the assistant coach [Boebie Solomons] that I need to be more aggressive, that's all. It's just a matter of having to compete for my place in the team. I just have to keep competing until my opportunity arises again, nothing else."
The Urban Warriors, who held unbeaten Baroka to a 2-2 draw over the weekend, next face derby rivals Cape Town City at Cape Town Stadium this Saturday (15h00).