Royal AM striker Victor Letsoalo has pronounced his desire to secure the DStv Premiership top goalscorer grant this season in the wake of scoring a support in a success over Kaizer Chiefs on Saturday.
Letsoalo was named as the Man of the Match at the FNB Stadium and put his focus on more individual honors.
"I grew up supporting Kaizer Chiefs I actually do," Letsoalo tells Kickoff.com.
"Yet, I had something important to take care of a task for my group and that is the thing that I am utilized by Royal AM to do.
"I generally appreciate playing against Kaizer Chiefs and am glad that I scored again on Saturday."
Letsoalo scored 11 objectives while giving three aids all rivalries for Bloemfontein Celtics last season.
The Bafana striker has now additionally set an objective to win the top goalscorer grant this season.
"Without a doubt, that is the thing that I need to accomplish this season, to win the top goalscorer grant," Letsoalo added.
"This season I have begun well. This has given me more certainty to progress nicely and to score more objectives."
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