Moroka Swallows have been finding the back of the net regularly this season, rising to the top of the Castle Premiership goal-scoring charts, and part of that success is based on the performances of an exciting young duo.
Alois Ngwerume and Lungisani Ndlela are both in their early 20s and have so far shown what they are capable of doing in front of goal.
"I am still learning but I think that if the coach gives the two of us a chance to play together, we will go a long way." Zimbabwean star Ngwerume told SASoccer365.com.
Ngwerume and Ndlela have a lot much in common, they both started playing professional soccer at the same club and also under the same coach, Gavin Hunt.
"It is the amount of the players that are at Swallows that makes me and Lungisani feel that we can go a long way in the paid ranks of soccer"
The Zimbabwean does not see the number of strikers at Swallows as a problem.
"The number of strikers at the club is what makes a player see if he is improving or not. The competition is good in terms of injures to the players and also when players are out of form, one can concentrate on his weak point at training where they are good players without cost the club a game when he try to regain his form in a official game."
Ndela also thinks that playing for a big club like Swallows is good.
"The players at Swallows are like a family to me and no matter where soccer will take me in life, I will fit in any set up because of what I have learnt at Swallows." said the tall striker.