Mamelodi Sundowns defender Wayne Arendse has praised coach Pitso Mosimane for helping them improve their game and hopes to win silverware with the Brazilians this season.
Sundowns led the pack for most of the first-half of the season but some disappointing results late in 2013 saw the Brazilians slip behind Kaizer Chiefs in the race for the title.
Their start to the season has been completely different to their last campaign, where they found themselves rooted near the foot of the table before Mosimane came in to replce Johan Neeskens.
"I think coach Pitso is a good coach. He always has soccer on his brain, and makes the players think about their game a lot - and also about the opponents," Arendse said in an interview with the club.
"I think if you analyse the games... he lets you analyse the game and talk about it, then you can always improve your game. I think he is a good coach."
Arendse, who joined Sundowns from Santos back in 2012, also revealed his hopes of lifting a trophy this season, as well as his Bafana Bafana ambitions.
"My goal now is to win some silverware with the club. I have been in the PSL for quite a few seasons and I haven't won anything yet. So my aim is to win something with Sundowns. And also, for myself to get recognised by the Bafana Bafana coach because I am knocking on the door - so hopefully he opens one for me," he said.