Nakumatt lead striker sets eye on winning 2017 Golden Boot

Comments()
Goal Kenya.
The ex-AFC Leopards man came in as a second half substitute and took no time to settle as Nakumatt jumped to tenth position

Kepha Aswani scored a brace on Saturday to take his tally to ten for this season in the Kenyan Premier League.

The ex-AFC Leopards man came in as a second half substitute and took no time to settle as Nakumatt jumped to the tenth position with 29 points.

Aswani says his main target is to help the team finish in the top five as well as winning the race for Golden Boot.

"I understand the race for the golden boot is tight this season, Waruru (Stephen), Oduor (Chrispin) and many others have been scoring meaning the competition is stiff.

Article continues below

"But I believe that if we continue playing better then I will stand a chance of getting goals regularly, and definitely that is a chance for me to win it," Aswani told Goal.

"My ultimate objective however, is to help the team finish in the top five this season, that is our main goal."

Aswani was in the Harambee Stars side that drew 1-1 with Mozambique in Maputo during the past international break.

Next article:
'I don't think I've ever seen that' - Tuchel stunned by PSG's nine-goal thrashing of Guingamp
Next article:
'My desire is to stay here' - Modric wants to extend Real Madrid stay
Next article:
Marotta has 'no doubts' over new Inter deal for Icardi
Next article:
'You need the right balance' - Mourinho tells Arsenal how to get the best out of Ozil
Next article:
'You never know' - PSG's Mbappe not ruling out future Madrid move
Close