Chippa United goalkeeper Ayanda Mtshali believes that his side is more than capable of reversing the current four-game winless streak.
This comes after their 1-0 defeat in the hands of Orlando Pirates last on Wednesday in the DSTV Premiership clash at Orlando Stadium.
Mtshali made his official debut for the club against the Soweto giants on Wednesday. The 32-year-old reckons that the Chilli Boys will be able to turn things around with the team now looking at ending off the year on a positive note against AmaZulu at Jonsson King’s Park on Sunday.
“We need to still believe in ourselves and to keep pushing. We have a few training sessions before the AmaZulu match,” says the former Bloemfontein Celtic shot-stopper.
“I still believe that we can get back to winning ways. It is also a matter of us changing our situation and luck upfront.”
Lehlohonolo Seema’s side currently sit 14th in the DStv Premiership log standings with five points from seven outings.
By Mauwane Raophala