Nkana striker Jimmy Ndhlovu says he is not satisfied with his current scoring form.

Ndhlovu has scored two goals since returning to Nkana in July after a season-and-a-half loan stay at Power Dynamos where he scored 8 goals this year.

He is second on the league top scorers chart with 10 goals, seven behind Winston Kalengo of Zesco United.

“It has been hard for me considering that I am a striker and my job is to score.
But there are times like that even big players go through that,” he said.

“I have been trying my level best. Now I just can’t wait for this year to finish so that I can start afresh next year,” Ndhlovu said.

The forward noted that gelling with his new team mates at Nkana Stadium has been a challenge.

“I think cohesion has been a factor. I have not been with most of my new team mates for a long time,” he added.

Meanwhile, Ndhlovu has been sidelined with a shoulder injury that he sustained on October 7 in a 1-0 FAZ Super League home loss to Napsa Stars in Kitwe.

After missing Nkana’s two games against Nakambala Leopards and Mufuira Wanderers, Ndhlovu is expected to bounce back on the final day of the season.

“I am sad to be injured but I will come back in the last game and hopefully I can score goals,” Ndhlovu said.

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