Despite spending the entire first round of the league in the red zone, Masavu Captain Abraham Ndugwa is confident of survival.
The Entebbe based side started slow but looked to have gained momentum towards the end of the first round and now sit third from bottom on the premiership table standings.
Ndugwa, whose outings earned him a summon to the Uganda Cranes as they prepared for CHAN says he is a strong believer things will turn better.
“Despite being in the relegation zone, I am confident that the club management has made the right signings for every position,” he told SwiftSports. “And we have used this break to set ourselves for the battle against relegation,” he added.
“We are getting set for the second round and through hard work we are to make it since the battle is still on I believe we are strong enough to survive the drop and to fully give in as I have always done.
Ndugwa has so far scored four league goals, just three behind leading goal scorer Hood Kaweesa who left Police for Zambia.