Kaizer Chiefs forward Keagan Dolly has underlined his priority at the club as he gets on with repaying the faith shown in him by AmaKhosi upon his return from Europe at the beginning of the season.
Dolly has featured in all 12 games for Chiefs since signing as a free agent from Ligue 1 side Montpellier, scoring five goals and assisting in four more.
Through the three months that he has spent with AmaKhosi he ha,s fought his way back into the Bafana Bafana fold and has shown enough courage to carry part of the heavy load on his shoulders with two of his goals having come against Orlando Pirates in the Soweto derby.
"My scoring boots. For me it is not about scoring week in week out," he told Chiefs' media team on Tuesday.
"But trying my best to help the team win and that is exactly what happened at Maritzburg United (on Sunday). I think we have a lot of quality players in our team, and anyone can score on the day. I’m just happy to do my part and help the team win on the day.
Dolly is one of the leading goalscorers in the DStv Premiership this season
"Hopefully in the next few days I can continue creating chances for the team and maybe get one or two goals for myself but overall, it is about the team effort and not about myself. It is about the team and where we want to be at the end of the season," points out Dolly.
Having also featured for Bafana during the international break, the left footer faces the prospect of having played over 20 games for both club and national team by the end of the year.
The club's next game on Wednesday is against AmaZulu following wins against Pirates and Maritzburg.
"I think it is a busy schedule for us now coming back from the national and a bit hectic with games coming quick and fast. I think if you want to be a top player you want games to come quick and fast so that you get the momentum.
"Coming back from back-to-back wins gives us that confidence going into the AmaZulu but like I said we just need to focus on us and focus on our process as a team. We know that we are not resting enough but we are really working hard with the technical staff to manage these next few days," he adds.