Bruce Chikuni

VESTRI forward Silas Songani appears on a mission to surpass his seven-goal tally, last season, in this year’s campaign in the Icelandic Second Division.

Songani was the star for his side when they salvaged a 2-2 draw against leaders, Afrurelding, on Wednesday.

He scored the opener and assisted their second goal to restrict Afrurelding from extending the gap on the standings.

He has now netted four times and recorded nine assists in 17 assignments.

They remain 13 points off the pace and they are sitting fifth on the table.

Songani believes the current campaign is one of the best seasons of his career and he is desperate to record more goals and assists.

“Games are getting tough but I’m happy that we are finding ways to get positive results,” he told Zimpapers Sports.

“I can attribute this form to my teammates, we are playing collective football and, individually, I’m happy with the progress which I have made this season.

“This is definitely one of my best and to make it more memorable, I need to score more goals and help the team to achieve its objectives.”

Meanwhile, Warriors midfielder, Kundai Benyu who also had a stint with Vestri  two seasons ago is club hunting.

Benyu left Vestri to join Icelandic top-flight side, IBV Vestmannaeyjar, last season.

Reports have linked him with a move to Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs.

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