Terrence Dzvukamanja says his sole target at Orlando Pirates is to score goals and help the team win silverware.
Dzvukamanja joined the Soweto giants in late September from now-defunct Bidvest Wits and made his debut for the team in the MTN8 quarterfinal clash against Cape Town City. He netted in his first appearance, a solitary goal which sent Pirates into the next round of the tournament.
The Zimbabwean forward also played another integral part in the semifinals when he registered an assist in the 3-0 first-leg win against Kaizer Chiefs.
“It’s all about trophies, that’s the main thing I came for,” Dzvukamanja told Pirates TV.
“So, for me personally I have to score more goals to help the team to achieve those trophies and to help my teammates in everything we do.
“So, for me, in short, I’m here for trophies.”
Dzvukamanja, 26, has so far made five appearances across all competitions for Pirates.