Kaizer Chiefs right back Reeve Frosler has spoken about the discussions players are having in the dressing room to improve the situation at Naturena.
Amakhosi have registered only one win in their first five games of the season and are without a victory in their last three matches, which has seen supporters - particularly on social media, calling for the axing of head coach Stuart Baxter.
After their goalless draw with Maruma Gallants last Sunday, the Soweto giants will travel to Durban to take on Benni McCarthy's AmaZulu side, who are on a high after registering their first win of the campaign against Baroka FC last weekend.
"The guys are positive in the dressing room. We'd like to get better obviously and the discussion is how we can get better, how we can do better and how we can get the best out of each other. But the dressing room is good and everyone is positive that we can get better throughout the season," Frosler told the Amakhosi media department.
"The season is long. The season is not five games, it's 30 games. We've just got to be patient and getting the small things right and eventually we will add all the small things and get better and hopefully perform at our best soon."
Chiefs will hope to turn things around when they face AmaZulu at the Jonsson Kings Park Stadium this weekend.
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