AmaZulu striker Makhosonke Bhengu told Goal.com that he's asking management to be starting matches rather than coming on as substitute
“I would say I prefer starting than coming on as a substitute. This gives me time grow with the match and able to read it better. But most importantly, if that doesn’t happen then I wouldn’t really mind coming in as a substitute,” said Bhengu.
The striker said he is still wants to score in every match that he starts, irrespective of his performance.
“I am still holding on to that, as the club at this stage needs points, not necessarily good games. Fortunately enough we have a coach that demands us to play good football too, which is what we are doing at the moment. I would say that we are really getting somewhere now,” he said.
Bhengu also added that they are spending more time sharpening their finishing skills during the practice sessions.
“We are really working hard on our finishing and I think we have found our style and solution,” he said.
He said that playing with regulars such as Ayanda and Goodman Dlamini is working out well and they are combining with each other well.
“For us as strikers it is not about competing with each other but, completing each other. We have told ourselves that scoring is not only dependent on us but even the midfield and defenders can come and score.
“Going to the Platinum Stars match, it will not be easy as they have a couple of experienced players and young blood all together. We just need to go out there and do what we know better and I think the good results will come on its own,” concluded Bhengu.