Kaizer Chiefs' hulking holding midfielder and central defender, Ivan Bukenya, feels he is yet to show his best form for the club.
The Ugandan international gave a standout performance during Chiefs' recent 2-1 win over minnows, Buffalo FC, in the Nedbank Cup. It was a rare start for the 22-year-old who up until that point had made just a small handful of substitute appearances for the Glamour Boys.
The player used his size effectively against the second division outfit, and was a constant menace with his head on corners. He capped off an admirable overall display by popping up with a headed goal in the last-16 clash.
Nonetheless, the player will no doubt want to get the chance to impress even more in future, as he sets about trying to prove himself as a top performer to the Amakhosi faithful.
The Kampala-born star expressed his desire to continue working hard, and to show even better form in future.
Bukenya told the club's official website, "I feel good...I feel motivated and hope to improve on the missed chances in future. It is about teamwork and the coaches planning. It is all about the right training...this is good but it is not my best."