Ndlovu, 31, is fast becoming a fan favourite at his new club since returning to Europe in July following three free-scoring seasons in China where he became the all-time record scorer at Zhejiang Greentown with 41 goals in 67 games.
After an initial hiccup with a social media rant last month landing him in hot water with the club's hierarchy, all seems forgiven with the player directly contributing to six goals in his last three games.
Following a hattrick and an assist against Balikesirspor and Tuzlaspor respectively, he netted a brace in the 2-1 win over Istanbulspor on Saturday evening.
The robust striker displayed his supreme composure in the area with a goal in each half as the three points pushed his side into seventh place in the TFF 1.LIG, six points off league leaders Ümraniyespor.
Overall, Ndlovu has scored five goals and registered a single in his first three starts for the Turkish second-tier outfit.