Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Manqoba Mngqithi has expressed his pride with regards to the DStv Premiership title race.
Mngqithi, who hails from KwaZulu-Natal, has always had a dream to see teams from his province compete for trophies, with Golden Arrows and AmaZulu featuring in the top four in the standings.
Coach Manqoba expressed his excitement in the teams' recent resurgence and that he hopes to leave a legacy for the province.
"I'm very excited, my wish in life is to leave a legacy and (ensure that people) continue where I've ended," he said, speaking in Maritzburg.
"I'm not the best, I know, but I must try to help those who cannot help themselves,. There are many projects that one does to try to help."
Mngqithi says his wish is to see more young and South African coaches do well like Benni McCarthy and Mandla Ncikazi.
"My wish is to see the passionate, committed and motivated coaches to succeed. South Africa needs these coaches and what coach Mandla is doing right now he has stamped his authority and I'm proud of what he is doing at Golden Arrows and coach Benni McCarthy as well. I'm thrilled to see what is happening at AmaZulu FC," he added.
Arrows host AmaZulu this afternoon at 15:00.