AmaZulu striker Augustine Mulenga has given an assessment of his time at the club so far after joining from Orlando Pirates.
The Zambia international has been getting some much-needed game-time at the KwaZulu-Natal outfit but is yet to make an impact even though the team has had a decent start to the campaign.
Looking at his own performances, Mulenga says as players they have been pushing each other hard to make sure they get positive results and for him to get his confidence back he will need to score a goal.
"I think everything looks well, we've been pushing each other for better things for the team," he told the club's media team.
"For me I've been doing well so far, I just need to score goals to build my confidence and I'm looking forward to that."
Usuthu next face Cape Town City at home on Saturday at Kings Park and Mulenga is confident they will get maximum points, especially coming from an unlucky loss against Mamelodi Sundowns.
"Cape Town City is a good team but they are coming to our home ground and we have to show them we are at home," he said. "It's not going to be easy but I'm sure we are going to get maximum points."
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