Christopher Njikho, who plays for current table leaders Kabwafu United, is the leading scorer in the Simama League with 17 goals from 15 games.
Njikho, 27, made a grand recognition after he rescued his team from a 2-0 down to new side Chalaghala at their home ground having scored three winning goals for his team five minutes before the end of the game on Sunday.
Downing jersey number 9, during the Chalaghala game, the player attributed his top scoring form to team work.
“The success comes as a result of team work. Of course, it is obvious that the main duty of a striker is to score goals, but I am happy to manage that,” said Njikho.
Joseph Mbewe is lying second having slotted 13 goals for his Ekwendeni Hammers Club despite his team being on position four.
Pannar Seed-sponsored side; Mzuzu University has Smith Kadawasi on third position with 11 goals from 15 games played. The team is now second in the log table with a collection of 15 points.
Head coach for Kabwafu Zondiwe Chirwa praised Njikho for leading the scoring chart and further described him as unique, talented and composed.
He added that if he maintained that good form, he could end The Flames Malawi finishing drawbacks.