Inter Allies midfielder Mohammed Zakari says he will start adding goals to his game.
Zakari has been one of the Capelli Boys’ key cogs in the two games played in the ongoing Ghana Premier League.
But the budding enforcer believes his game will be complete when he starts hitting the back of the twine.
“Looking at the two games I have played, it hasn’t been bad for me. We lost the first game because things didn’t go on well for us but the second game we went in and won.”
“Looking at my performance it's not enough for me even though I am doing well. This season I want to add goals and assist more in games.”
Up next for Inter Allies is a trip to the west to face Karela United at Akoon Park on Sunday and he discussed the team’s chances ahead of the game.
‘’Right now we are preparing for our third game. Looking at the training and the players, we are all going all out to bring the maximum three points, if not the 3 points we will ensure we don’t come out with a defeat.”
Despite scoring twice against Bechem United the Eleven Is To One boys were profligate in front of goal and the midfielder knows we must work on our finishing in our subsequent games.
“We are working on our goalscoring. Looking at the second game that we played we squandered a lot of chances. We are working on it at the training grounds so we know we are going to better it in our third game.”
Zakari is expected to keep his place in the team when Allies play as guests to Karela FC in Week 3 of the league on Sunday.
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