Jeremy Brockie finally found the back of the net after nine months of a goal drought and has revealed that he wishes to continue on this form.
“It’s been a long time coming. Now people can stop asking me when the first goal is going to come and we can move on,” Brockie said on Sundowns’ official website.
Following their 2-1 win over Kaizer Chiefs in the inaugural Shell Helix Cup competition, Brockie is hopeful of being selected to face AS Togo Port in the CAF Champions League encounter on Friday.
“I feel that’s a start of a good season ahead. To do it in front of 50 000-odd fans at FNB Stadium and lift a trophy at the end of it was special. The coach spoke about changing the team for the Chiefs game from the one that played in Togo and that it was up to us to put our hands up, take the opportunity and get our names on his mind when it comes to the game against AS Togo-Port. Hopefully, I did that. I feel like now that the first one has hit the back of the net they’ll start coming.
“The confidence is very high now, I feel ready to take on the Togo team if selected,” Brockie added.