Despite their average start to the 2023/24 DStv Premiership season, Kaizer Chiefs head coach Molefi Ntseki believes the club is on the right track.
Speaking at the launch of the Carling Knockout Cup, Ntseki mentioned that his team has played well especially in cup competitions.
KAIZER CHIEFS LOOKING TO CLAIM THE CARLING CUP
“We are aware that expectations are very high to win trophies. We lost in the semifinal of the MTN8, the Nedbank Cup and this year again we lost in the semifinals of the MTN8,” he said to the media.
Chiefs have been drawn against struggling AmaZulu in the Carling Cup.
This is Ntseki’s only realistic chance of winning a trophy this season after missing out on the MTN8.
“Understanding the game, the demands and pressure that come with it, we are doing very well as a club. It is another opportunity for us to go into these cup games and do well and bring it to the Kaizer Chiefs family.
“It is more of a mental and tactical approach that we are looking at. Not every game will be the same and not every opponent will be the same,” Ntseki said.
Kaizer Chiefs are next in action on 28 October against Golden Arrows in a league match.