AZAM player Tafadzwa Kutinyu on Monday scored a brace for his side as they beat Ndanda 2-0 in a Tanzanian Premier League match.
The former Chicken Inn player says he is excited with the brace and wants to take the form to the Warriors.
Kutinyu is part of the Warriors squad that will play Congo-Brazzaville on the 9th of September away.
“I am so happy to have scored a brace. It always feels great if you do something good for your team because you will also be proving your worth.
“I would also wish to do that for my country if given a chance to play. I pray that I maintain that form.
“I can’t really predict if I am going to carry that form but l will keep on pushing for more and God will do the rest,” he said.
“I am so excited to be called amongst great players in the country and also great players who are coming from big clubs.
“I know it’s not easy but I promise to do my best and will just do all I am required to do as a player, if given the chance.
“Because I can’t predict on the coach’s decision but if I play I will make sure that I put maximum effort,” he added.
“It’s a tricky encounter and I know that they are good side. But I think for us to win this game; we just have to work together as a team.
“Everyone should put his level best because we are a team of great players who can do a great job for the team.”