Goal.com: How have you readapted to South African conditions after being away?
Bhengu: I am coping well, although by the time I arrived, I struggled a bit, but I am now managing.
Goal.com: In terms of the feeling of coming back home to South Africa - how do you feel and how has it been with AmaZulu so far?
Bhengu: I am very much excited. I have always enjoyed being home and it is great being back. The training sessions have been great and everyone is welcoming and excited.
Goal.com: You did not play the first game, due to injury. What can we expect from you?
Bhengu: I just want to score goals. By so saying, I mean even if my performance is not good, but so long as I score then I will be happy. I know people will expect to be entertained, but I am here to get the ball in the back of the net, as that's what comes first.
Goal.com: It has been quite some time since you have left South Africa, so do you think you will manage to keep up with the style of play?
Bhengu: Yes, that's true, but I am learning every day. This is also a great opportunity to prove myself to some of the critics, that I am the best player.
Goal.com: You are coming to a club that is seriously in need of goals, so how much pressure does that place on you?
Bhengu: Yes, there is pressure, but as a professional player you need to find ways to cope with it. I think AmaZulu are a big, great team and there is no way that they will be relegated. I will play my part to ensure that in every game I score.
Goal.com: How are you feeling going into this year?
Bhengu: After playing the friendly matches, during the off season, my confident has raised high, and I am now positive and ready to deliver.