Majoro finished his first season at Chiefs with 15 goals in all competitions, but he has not taken over from where he left off as he is playing second fiddle to Bernard Parker and Kingston Nkhatha.
The former AmaZulu marksman says he fully understands why he is not the preferred option in attack.
"I haven't been playing, but that's part of football. I just have to continue working hard; they bought Kingston and he's been doing well and Parker has also been scoring the goals so the most important thing at the end of the day is that the team wins," Majoro argues.
"I'm happy when the team is winning, so I just have to remain level-headed.
"I will be ready when the coach needs me, but right now I'm not starting the games because the other strikers are doing well," he adds.