Former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Teko Modise admits he may be harsh on Peter Shalulile, but believes the Namibian should have scored more goals for his club this season.
Shalulile is currently on 22 DSTV Premiership goals going into the final league match of the campaign against Royal AM, three shy of the 25 Collins Mbesuma netted while he was at Kaizer Chiefs in 2004/05.
Modise feels the 28-year-old striker, who has 28 goals in all competitions, should have found the back of the net a bit more than he has.
"I honestly think Shalulile could score more. Maybe I am being a little bit harsh. But because he works so hard and he gets into the right positions...that also comes with experience of him being clinical in every game that he plays. In every game that he plays, I think he gets a chance to score," Modise said recently at the Heineken All-INvitational event which was held in Johannesburg towards the end of last week.
"But it's also been interesting to see the hunger he has to score goals. In South Africa, you hardly see a striker that gets excited to score goals and to see that happening after such a long time is good. I am glad he is on form and I am hoping he can continue next season and inspire other strikers as well."