New Kaizer Chiefs striker Lazarous Kambole is confident that he will handle the pressure of a big club.
Amakhosi are coming off a disappointing 2018/19 campaign and they will be under pressure to end their four-year trophy drought next season.
“Pressure is everywhere and I am not going to run away from that. I am prepared mentally. It’s all about mentality, determination and discipline," Kambole told IOL.
"I know that people will expect a lot from me because they know what I am capable of, they know what I can do, so they will be expecting that when I come here. I know the pressure that is at Chiefs, to tell you the truth I am equal to the task," he continued.
“I have thought about them, they are here and they are doing fine. If they can do it, I can also do it. I am prepared mentally. It’s going to be a new challenge, it’s not going to be easy, but I know what I possess and what I am capable of. I’ll come here and do my best," he added.
The 25-year-old attacker was linked with Chiefs' PSL rivals Orlando Pirates and Baroka FC, but he joined Amakhosi and he explains that he had to join a club with a good offer.
“The most important thing is what they bring on the table. Football is business, whoever is going to come with a good offer then that’s where I will go," he explained.
“They have good facilities. There is good football here. There is exposure and a lot of Zambians are here so it’s going to be like a new home for me," Kambole concluded.