HARARE — Khama Billiat says he is planning to score goals in 2015 that will see Mamelodi Sundowns put pressure on runaway Absa Premier Soccer League leaders Kaizer Chiefs.
The Brazilians, who are on 31 points after 17 League games, are 15 points behind Chiefs, but have played one game less.
Reflecting on the League title chase so far, Billiat — who is back home in Zimbabwe for the festive season – refused to rule Sundowns out as title contenders and vowed to play a more prominent attacking role in the New Year.
“I have recovered from injury, so this means that I will be able to contribute more to the team if the coaches want me to,” Billiat added.
“Hopefully, I could score more goals for the team. We will work as a team so that we win as many games as possible.
“The idea, from my perspective, would be to pile up as much pressure as possible on Kaizer Chiefs. We could only do this by winning as many games as we can,” he added.