'I must improve' - Nale

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The dreadlocked striker says that even though he is happy with the brace, he believes he could have done much better. Arrows won 3-1 in Umlazi.

“Yes it was good to score a brace, considering it was my first in professional football, but I was not happy that I was not too much involved in creating chances. I want to take my football to another level,” Nale says.

The Orlando Pirates development product has scored six goals this season - “a good feeling considering that this is my first full season at Arrows” – but he is not relaxing. Next up is Kaizer Chiefs and Nale is eager to help his team maintain their run of good form.

“It’s good that we are on fire and scoring goals. Chiefs should find us in high spirits and like we have always done in the past, we will give them a good game.”

Golden Arrows are currently fourth in the Absa Premiership on 38 points from 25 games, while Chiefs, who play them on April 30th, are ninth on 33 points from the same number of games.