Since their 2-1 win over Nimes on March 9, the Stade de la Licorne outfit has struggled to pick up maximum points in the French top-flight.
With four games remaining, Amiens are five points above the relegation zone with 33 points from 34 games in the league standings.
A knee ligament injury back in September hampered Zungu’s campaign, limiting him to five league appearances so far.
The 26-year-old is ready to help Christophe Pelissier’s side maintain their top-flight status with his contributions.
“I have to know that I need to help the team and mental strength will be key. I’ve grown used to everyone here and I feel like everyone, from the fans and everyone likes me,” Zungu was quoted as saying by KickOff.
“So, mentally I’ve grown very strong and I’m ready for the challenge. Personally, I don’t feel any pressure and our team is [positive].
“I feel like it will come, and in the last few games we’ve looked better and sharper, we’ve just been very unlucky, so we just have to push a bit harder in the remaining games.”
Bafana Bafana have been paired against Morocco, Cote d’Ivoire and Namibia in Group D of the tournament, scheduled to start on June 21.