An Orlando Pirates star has made a promise to the team in the club's quest to win trophies this season.
Having joined the club after parting ways with Bidvest Wits at the end of last season, Terrence Dzvukamanja has been one of the regulars in Pirates coach Josef Zinnbauer’s line-ups in the early stages of the season.
Speaking on Pirates TV, the 26-year-old promised the Bucs faithful that he is all about scoring goals to assist the team to win trophies this season.
“It’s all about trophies, that’s the main thing I came for. So, for me personally I have to score more goals to help the team to achieve those trophies and to help my teammates in everything we do. So, for me, in short, I’m here for trophies,” said Dzvukamanja, speaking on Pirates TV on YouTube.
Dzvukamanja scored against Cape Town City when Pirates beat the Mother City outfit in their road to the MTN8 final and has been impressive with his performances.
DRC international striker Jean-Marc Mundele Makusu has strengthened Pirates’ squad for the 2020/21 season: