Lehlohonolo Majoro has a message for those who thinks he is finished after he returned to his old club for the new season.
Majoro, who was on the scoresheet during the Msunduzi Cup against Maritzburg United on Saturday at Harry Gwala Stadium in the first semifinal, says returning to AmaZulu has nothing to do with proving a point to anyone.
After leaving Usuthu as a boy to join Kaizer Chiefs and then moving to Orlando Pirates for an ill-fated stint, 'Major' sought out Cape Town City and Bidvest Wits to continue his career.
"This is where it all began, the Majoro I am today was first founded here at AmaZulu. So far it has been a fantastic stay, they have welcomed me very well and I'm looking forward to many moments like this. A lot has changed but the warmth of the club is still the same," he said.
"Those who think I'm a failure, they must continue thinking I'm a failure because football people can evaluate you differently, but what matters most is the individual when you do self-introspection on whether you have done well or not. I'm quite happy because each and every year I'm still in the PSL, which is very important."
Majoro says his target is doing well whenever the opportunity comes to play, scoring those goals for the team and not only for himself.
"I'm very much happy to be here, I am long term with AmaZulu, this is home and I have to work extra hard to make sure the team does well. My target will always be helping my team and delivering when the opportunity is given."