6 February 2018
GOLDEN Arrows star Knox Mutizwa has promised more goals for his side after he scored against Amazulu on Saturday, albert in a losing cause.
The former Highlanders striker, a Golden Boot award winner in the Castle Lager Premiership, says he is enjoying his time in South Africa.
“Our team is a small team here so I just want to score more goals so that I can try help my team achieve our targets,” Mutizwa said.
It has not been the best of seasons for Golden Arrows as they are in the bottom half of the log.
They will need to win as many games as they can to be safe from relegation.
“Life at my new team is good so far even though we are struggling a little bit. The difference between here and teams in Zimbabwe is that there are good facilities, ABSA is a little much better because it’s much competitive,” he said.
Mutizwa left Highlanders as a top striker but did not receive any game time at Bidvest Wits.
The situation then forced him to look for a loan deal elsewhere to revive his career.
Although he is now getting game time, the former Bosso star admits it has been through hard work.
“Getting a place in the team is not so difficult if you just manage to work hard. If you dedicate yourself and work hard getting a place in the team will not be hard for you.
“So far I haven’t reached my targets because I am still way short of my targets.
“In terms of feeling at home, I am because I have three Zimbabwean boys in my team and we are friends,” he said.