Munashe Kusemwaenda, Sports Reporter
NORTHERN Region golden boot winner Leroy Ndlovu feels that he didn’t do his maximum best since the team failed to win the championship.
Black Mambas only emerged as runners up behind eventual winners Cranborne Bullets.
“I feel happy that I set out a target of 20 goals that I managed to reach, through determination and hard work from myself and teammate.
“However, I also feel like I didn’t help my team enough to get the promotion slot.
“I wish that if I had put even more efforts on the field, we could have gained promotion,” he said.
Like any other player in Division One, Ndlovu wishes to play in the PSL.
“Right now my dream is to play in the PSL and if I am to do so, next season is the right time,” he said.
“Though I reached 20 goals I really wanted to pass the all-time record of 22 goals.
“Anyway, I am dedicating my success more on my teammates because they always believed in me and helped me to be a better player.
“And also the two men who drove the team forward coach John ‘Toto’ Ncube and Newsome, they always rallied behind us as a squad and they helped us remain united always,” he said.
Ndlovu also said he is confident of being voted the soccer star of the year.