ZIMBABWEAN Daniel Msendami has been enjoying the form of his life at his Botswana outfit Jwaneng Galaxy.
The 22-year-old has also assured that his form will not be affected by the on-going international break.
The former Highlanders winger has arguably been the best player for the Botswana Premier League defending champions.
He has scored six goals in all competitions, including the memorable one in the Caf Champions League Preliminary round against South African giants Orlando Pirates.
He is also the local league’s second top scorer with five goals in six league matches.
He has assured that the current break will not affect his form.
“It is always worrying that you are on a good run and something stops that. It is never easy to actually pick up from where you’ve left from but I think I have people around me in the team who have a strong mentality, it won’t be difficult for me to return to my previous form. I don’t think that this break will affect my form,” said Msendami.
His side will return to action next week to prepare for a huge task in the Caf Champions League against Tanzanian giants AS Simba at home and he will be hoping that his current form will be the difference between the two sides.
He also has the chance to make his group stage debut in the continent’s premier competition.
His performances in the league so far have left many questioning why he was not part of the Warriors squad which is in Rwanda playing the 2026 Fifa World Cup Qualifiers against Rwanda and powerhouses Nigeria.
Galaxy are also home to striker Cleopas Dube who has registered one goal so far and midfield maestro Nqobizitha Masuku who is currently nursing a knee injury.