By Blessing Malinganiza
Chapungu goalkeeper Talbert Shumba reckons he will keep as many clean sheets as possible.
The Waru Waru boys thrashed Bulawayo Chiefs 5-0 in their first league match at home.
“I feel happy that we have begun the season on high note. And being on top of the league is exciting.
“We just hope that we will be able to maintain that.
“I am also happy that l didn’t concede and it’s a great start for me,” he said.
“We struggled a bit last season and we saw our selves fighting relegation.
“But now we don’t want to be in that position, that’s why we have promised to be the best we can be.
“We’ve had a great pre-season and everyone is ready to play.”
Shumba says that their target for the season is start on a positive note.
“We are targeting to start positively and try to collect as many points as we can.
“So that we can build our confidence going forward because we need to grow in confidence. And I am sure that this win has boosted our confidence.
“We want to do better than what we did last season. If all goes well we will be in the title race,” he said.
Shumba said with a good pre-season and three points now behind them they are prepared to light up Ascot stadium.
“Personally I’m ready and fit to fight for my team and as a team we are ready.
“We had a great preseason and everyone is ready to play and the competition is high so we are happy to play in front of our fans again.
“We can’t wait to showcase what we have been doing behind closed doors to our fans,” he added. H-Metro