- Kaizer Chiefs attacker Khama Billiat conceded that his goal return has been mediocre this season
- Billiat has only managed to score once in 10 matches this season
- The Zimbabwean is striving to constantly improve, but emphasised that the team's performance is more important than his own
Kaizer Chiefs are riding the crest of a wave this season as they lead the Absa Premiership and are excelling in the cup competitions.
Many football pundits have credited their potent attack for the vast improvement and Khama Billiat is central to that.
The forward hasn't enjoyed his best goal return this season and has only netted once in 10 attempts.
Billiat recently emphasised to KickOFF.com that he is constantly looking at ways to improve his game.
However, the Zimbabwean international was quick to add that the team's performance overall is more important that his stats.
Billiat said, I always want to do better, I always want to contribute as much as I can but I’m happier when the team is doing well."
The former Sundowns star added, "It’s not about me."
Briefly.co.za also reported on Billiat's selfless approach as he donated sport equipment to the value of R100 000 to his old primary school in Zimbabwe.
Billiat has formed a lethal partnership with fellow forwards Leonardo Castro and Samir Nurkovic.
The trio has proven a handful for opposition defences and will hope to wreak havoc on Sunday as the Amakhosi face Maritzburg United in the Telkom Knockout semi-finals.
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