Mphahlele praised coach Wedson Nyirenda for the sterling work he’s done at the club since the beginning of the season and challenged the side to maintain the momentum as the league campaign is approaching the business end.
“The coach must get credit because he has done very well for us since he arrived here‚” Mphahlele said.
“He is an experienced coach who has coached his national team and I want us to challenge for league championship next season.
“We have assembled a good team and I believe that if we continue at this rate we can even do much better next season.”
The transfer window opens next month and Mphahlele said they have already boosted their squad with the acquisition of highly-rated 30-year old attacking midfielder and Zimbabwean international Rodwell Chinyengetere from FC Platinum.
“We have already signed Rodwell from Zimbabwe and I am expecting to make a few more acquisitions during the transfer window‚” he said.
“The area of focus is scoring goals and we need one more striker who can score goals regularly.
“We are happy with the contribution that our attackers like Onkabetse Makgantai‚ Ranga Chivaviro and others are making but we are always looking to strengthen.
“I am excited about the future but first up is this final against Pirates‚ which would be really good for this team to win.”