Snodia Mikiri, Sports Reporter
CAPS United speedy winger Phineas Bhamusi said failure to score is a major worry.
Bhamusi is under pressure to score, as he is the only CAPS forward who is yet to find the back of the net.
He has, however, provided four assists from eight games.
“I am worried about my conversion rate. It has been eight games so far and I haven’t scored yet.
“I am under pressure to score. At times you don’t need anyone to give you pressure but you have to know where you are lacking so that you improve that department.
“Good performance should be accompanied with goals. Since I am a forward player, I am expected to score and I hope soon I will get the goals,” said Bhamusi.
Bhamusi, however, said he does not doubt his ability and believes he will eventually make it to the scoreboard.
He is pleased with his performance but there is still room for improvement.
“There is still time, we still have a long way to go and I am positive that I will score soon.
“It’s all about time, it’s not like there is anything lacking. I will score at the right time.
“I am doing my best and I know I will score, my target is ten goals this season and I know I will achieve that target.
“I only need to score one goal for confidence boosting and more will come. I also feel like my first goal is long overdue,” he added.
The log leaders will face a tricky Hwange in their next assignment at the Colliery.
Bhamusi said he is optimistic they will get a win.
“We will take this game like any other game we have been playing. All games have three points, so we will approach it with the same approach.
“We are gunning for maximum points and I know we have what it takes to win it.
“We have to avoid dropping points no matter who we are playing,” he said.