Ndlovu created the first goal in the first half before claiming a brace in the second half to beat Inter Baki 3-0 away from home yesterday.
The victory for Qarabag has also secured Ndlovu an opportunity to play in the UEFA Champions League qualifying rounds for the 2017/18 campaign.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with KickOff.com, Ndlovu expressed his delight with picking up his first league medal with the Azerbaijani outfit, with two games still to play before the end of the season.
"It's an overwhelming feeling and experience. This feeling cant be bought, you earn it," Ndlovu tells this website from his home in the country's capital Baku.
"I think the secret of our success has been professionalism and hard work because [the club] have now won the league four times in a row.
"We are more of a family and that's an important part of being a team. We have the character and desire to achieve more."
The former Mamelodi Sundowns striker, who has scored 14 goals in all competations this season, still has one year running on his current contract, says he has not intention of leaving the club at the end of the current campaign.
"My future stays the same with the team. I have another year running on my contract and I am happy here," he adds.
Ndlovu has been overlooked by Bafana Bafana selectors in the last few games, despite his success overseas. However, he continues to reiterate his availability for the national team.
"It's always good to represent the country. There was a misunderstanding in the past. We will see who is the new coach and if he needs me, I am available," concluded the 27-year-old.