CHIUNGA TARGETS GOLDEN BOOT
17 October 2017
BLACK Rhinos striker Lot Chiunga believes the race to be top scorer in the Premiership is still on.
Chiunga scored a brace against Yadah to take his tally to 12 goals, the same number that CAPS United’s Dominic Chungwa and Dynamos striker Ntouba Epoupa have also scored so far.
“I now have 12 goals this season and I am working hard to continue scoring the much needed goals for my team.
“I think these goals are important for us as a team because they have made us what we are. So I am confident,” he said.
He added: “I thank God for everything including my talent. If it was not for him, I would not be here.
“I give all the credit to my teammates because they are doing all they can for me to score, no doors are opening as yet, but I know by the end of this year something special could possibly happen if I continue working hard.”
Rhinos are still to survive relegation and Chiunga has been a real force in their campaign.
“I feel we have to win more games than draws, but results are part of the match and we just appreciate every outcome, take lessons from it though we miss our winning streak.
“Our coach is in need of better results. Though it has been hard, he does not stop encouraging us to maintain our confidence no matter what happens.
“Our position is not under threat because all the teams behind us will be playing big teams, but we need three wins then it is a done deal.”
He believes the love in the team has been a positive factor.
“So far everyone is pushing me and I would like to thank Linyama and Herbert Rusawo because I enjoyed their love, they are the best.
“I think our defence is our strength, so I just want them to be solid as they were in the first half of the season,” he said.