Following the achievements of some of his countrymen, including Khama Billiat, Tinashe Nengomasha and Esrom Nyandoro among others, Zimbabwean international midfielder Butholezwe Ncube says he also wants to be the best in Mzansi's top flight.
The 28-year-old is expected to play a pivotal role in the fight for AmaZulu against relegation, after he recently recovered from the injury that delayed his progress earlier on in the season.
“I am happy about my performance as it all starts at training and behind the scenes. Then l put all that hard work on match day and without my teammates, family, friends, and our supporters, I am nothing. All thanks to them and thanks to almighty God, who always gives me strength every day, and for the talent he gave me,” Ncube told AmaZulu’s official website.
“l still want to do more for the team. l would be glad and blessed if l win trophies with Usuthu. Now that I am coming back from an [ankle] injury l will make sure that I perform well for the team. I would like to win the league (Absa Premiership), MTN8, and Telkom Knockout Cup. l will keep grinding for more and l want to be one of the best players in the PSL and amongst Africa’s best,” he said.
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