The future of AmaZulu is mainly dependent on whether thr strikers can start to convert their opportunities, when the season resumes this month.
“I would love to go back into becoming that scoring machine once again. I believe that my job is to score goals and when that does not happen I tend to get worried,” said Ayanda.
The arrival of the new coach for uSuthu Craig Rosslee, is one of the weapons that Ayanda hopes to utilise.
“The arrival of the new coach is always going to come with a lot of expectations and challenges. But I believe that this is the time for me to start doing what I am better known for. What is more interesting is that one has been given opportunities to prove himself, and it all depends on me as to what I do with the ball, and some bit of luck can help,” added Dlamini.
One player doesn't make a team, so AmaZulu will also look to fellow strikers such as Khulegani Madondo who had a great season with Maritzburg United, before crossing the fence to AmaZulu and Stanley Kgatla.
Although Dlamini, has never been selected for the national squad, he said that he has not lost hope of getting a call-up one day.
“I think it is every players dream to represent the country, but I think the main focus now would be scoring goals for my club,” added Dlamini.