Zimbabwe International striker Tendai Ndoro has admitted that playing for Orlando Pirates come with too much pressure.
In an interview with SoccerLaduma, Ndoro who was signed by Orlando after showcasing his Talent at Black Aces says playing for Aces had its own pressures but being at Orlando Pirates comes with even more pressure.
Ndoro recently aired his frustration of constantly being sidelined on the bench and says wants to have more game play.
“To be honest, playing for Aces and Pirates is totally different. At Aces, there is no kind of pressure compared to what one experiences at Pirates,” Tendai Ndoro told Soccer Laduma.
“Having said that, I don’t think I have struggled to establish myself as a regular.”
Ndoro has struggled for game time at the Buccaneers this season, having made six league matches (mostly coming off the bench) in cameo appearances.
“I just have to keep on working hard, settle with my teammates and, with time, things will happen by themselves. If given enough chance, I can be the same Tendai Ndoro who played for Aces,” the 27-year-old said to Soccer Laduma.