Goal.com spoke with Kaizer Chiefs striker Lehlohonolo Majoro, who shared his views about meeting Bidvest Wits for the second time in the space of seven days
Kaizer Chiefs striker Lehlohonolo Majoro has told Goal.com that they are not worried about the threat that could be posed by wounded Bidvest Wits, as the two sides meet in a league encounter at the FNB Stadium on Saturday evening.
Majoro believes that they have an edge over Wits, because they know what to expect from them. He also revealed that he is mentally and physically prepared for the Clever Boys.
“The preparations went well during the week, and I am ready for Wits. It doesn’t worry us that we playing Wits again, because at least we know what to expect having beaten them last week,” Majoro told Goal.com.
The Bafana marksman said that his teammates are taking it one game at a time, as they attempt to clinch the league title that is so tightly contested. Majoro said that Chiefs are not even thinking about the Soweto derby on March 9.
“We are taking it one game at a time. It will be foolish of us to think about the Soweto derby, because we have a game during the week (against Chippa United). There are two games before the derby. The focus now is on Wits, then Chippa, and then we can be thinking about the derby,” he said.
Majoro has scored eight league goals for Chiefs this season, and is amongst the top scorers in the league. However, he revealed that he never sets himself any targets whatsoever, but he always wants to improve from the previous season.
“I don’t set myself any targets, because I don’t want to put pressure on myself to score goals, but I always tell myself that I need to improve from last season. Setting targets brings pressure,” added Majoro.