The 20-year-old Bidvest Wits University forward said he was aiming high and had hopes of reaching double figures. Ten goals is a successful return by South African standards, considering that reigning top goal-scorer, Katlego Mashego, netted 13 goals last season, enough to win him the Golden Boot and R50 000.
The former Zimbabwe Footballer of the Year said he was confident of achieving that goal if given a regular run, having played a cameo role last season, after he joined halfway into the season.
“In the last campaign I did not have any pre-season with the rest of the team, so I am confident that my fortunes will change this time round,” said Mukamba. “I came in as a substitute a few times and the former coach, Clive Barker usually deployed me to the left side of the attack. Gavin Hunt has been playing me on the right side or centrally and I am happy because I prefer playing on the right.” Mukamba is confident of a regular run in a Wits side that teems with talented forwards. “I won the Player of the Year and home and I want to be successful here too. I am grateful for the support I have received from the technical staff and the players, particularly my fellow Zimbabwean team-mates.”