Zimbabwean striker, Edward Sadomba believes he still has many goals in him as he braces up for a trip back to his Libyan team, Al Ahly Tripoli, the state broadcaster has reported.
The former Dynamos has spent the past few weeks in the country engaging in some charity work and was part of the Footballers Union of Zimbabwe (FUZ) training camp recently held in Harare.
The striker still has a running contract with Al Ahly Tripoli and says good scoring form will be the ultimate objective when he returns to Libya.
Sadomba moved to Al Ahly Tripoli at the end of 2014 in a big money move. Tripoli boasts of 11 league titles, 5 Libyan cups and one Libyan Super Cup.
Since turning out for the Glamour Boys at home, Sadomba has had stints with Al Hilal in Sudan, Al Ahly Benghazi and Al Ahly Tripoli.
Duduza, as Sadomba was popularly known during his days at Dynamos, boasts of having scooped the 2011 CAF Champions League golden boot award with Al Hilal.
The same year, he was nominated by CAF among the three best players plying their trade in Africa. Sadomba also won the 2013 Sudan FA Cup golden boot award after scoring 13 goals.