Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa is rallying behind striker Christian Epoupa  to put behind him the frustrations from a prolonged goal drought and help the team win the championship.

Epoupa has failed to score since returning from a two match ban after he received a red card in the game against Highlanders in September.

Speaking to The Herald, Mutasa said the technical team is happy with the contribution the Cameroonian is giving.

“We are happy he contributes positively to the team. Yes he hasn’t been scoring of late, it happens with any striker in the world, but we look forward to more positive play from him,” said the coach.

“Of course he was down in the previous games but on Sunday he was the reason why we got that late goal. The technical team is still happy, if you look at his contributions to the overall play. That guy is gifted with amazing technique and creativity.”

Epoupa provided the assist for Quality  Kangadze’s 88th minute header which gave the Glamour Boys a 1-0 victory over Chapungu at National Sports Stadium on Sunday. Currently he have 11 goals, 4 behind leading goal scorer Dominic Chungwa.