Ediris Lubega ‘Torres’ is settling into the season and the Uganda Cranes striker believes he is starting to display his best form.
The striker opened his scoring tally in Proline Football Club’s 2-1 away win over JMC Hippos Football Club at Kakindu Stadium in Jinja on Tuesday, 27th, September, 2016; after going six games without a goal.
Since that evening, Lubega ‘Torres’ has gone ahead to score three more games taking his tally to four goals in twelve games, just three goals behind the top scorer who is at seven goals so far this season.
With his confidence high, Proline FC’s top scorer now is looking forward to making his mark in the top flight – Azam Uganda Premier League debut as a strike having proven his worth as a great striker in the Big League last season where he scored 21 league goals for Proline FC.
‘I always say, for me, the most important thing is to score goals and that opener was just an icing on the cake,’ Lubega ‘Torres’ told Prolinefc.com.
‘It makes me feel better and better and thus helps me grow to my desired potential, Lubega ‘Torres’ added.
‘I’m happy with the way I’m playing. I feel very good physically and my confidence is high. I need to keep going and scoring more goals because that’s the reason I am fielded and indeed given all that playing time.’
Lubega ‘Torres’ scored a brace against Lweza Football Club at the Phillip Omondi Stadium and one away in Arua at the Bet-Way Green Light Stadium against Onduparaka Football Club and insists that he needs to continue scoring if Proline FC is to make a break through into the top performing teams in the Azam Uganda Premier League.
‘It won’t be that easy but if I can manage more goals, it will make a statement and possibly we can start winning more games.’
‘So, to me and for the team, it’s very important to continue scoring, but we still need to work hard because scoring alone doesn’t win you games.’