Goal.com: How do you feel about your progress in Durban, and how has playing in South Africa improved you?
Nyadombo: It's been great, I have enjoyed my stay here and I have grown a lot as a player. Obviously after the win on Saturday against Swallows we are all happy and motivated.
Goal.com: The majority of the players will usually use the South African Premier League as a stepping stone to greater heights, so what are your personal goals?
Nyadombo: I would love to go and play in France. I think their style of football is similar to mine. The thing is I wouldn’t like to play for any other PSL team besides AmaZulu, so from here I would love to go to France.
Goal.com: Do you feel that you can reach a level to compete there soon?
Nyadombo: Yes I am, it is just that we need to keep winning so that they can get to see me playing, otherwise if we don’t win they will also lose interest in watching me.
Goal.com: Last season you scored many goals for USuthu, so how do you compare your form?
Nyadombo: Yes, in fact I have been working very hard on my finishing as much as I am a defender. I think my problem was the injury, but I am much better now and I hope I will continue from there.
Goal.com: In the last game that you played against Platinum Stars you scored an own goal, and how did this effect your performance?
Nyadombo: Yes I do remember that incident, but I have told myself that I am going to be positive. Everyone makes mistakes, but what is important is to accept it and move on.
Goal.com: What are some of the aspirations that you have for your home national team, Zimbabwe?
Nyadombo: I would love to go back there and play, so if they need me I will always be available. Up to this day I still think I am the best defender in my country.