By Allan Damba
Bang-in-form Vipers’ striker Yunus Sentamu has asserted his sight is fully set to the remaining seven league games in a bid to help his side retain their StarTimes Uganda Premier league trophy.
The 26-year-old talisman has enjoyed a remarkable return to Kitende playing a significant role in Vipers’ search for glory this season.
He is the league’s top scorer with 14 goals despite only joining in January. In fact, the goals have come in just 18 appearances.
Speaking ahead of their visit to Villa on Saturday, Sentamu highlighted they can not afford any slip-ups for the remainder of the season.
“As a player, as a striker and for the rest of the team, we have to win the rest of our remaining games. All of our games are finals,” Ssentamu said of the task that lies ahead for his team.
“After our draw against URA (on Wednesday), we have tried to do the necessary work and correct our mistakes. So, we are fully ready for Villa tomorrow,” added a buoyant Sentamu.
The former FK Tirana striker has been an ever-present figure in head coach Fred Kajoba’s team and has become undroppable.
He has provided consistency regards putting the ball at the back of the net and has won key points for his boyhood team, including Wednesday’s draw-salvaging late strike against URA SC.
“My goal against URA was a team goal. It was just like any other goal. I can only keep scoring and help my team win the remaining games,” he added.
He has as well racked four goals in three successive league games. He has also managed eight in his last seven league outings, a tally utterly impressive.