Wits ended their recent poor run of three defeats in three matches played when they put on a convincing performance at both ends of the pitch to beat Free State Stars 2-0.
Travelling to play at Goble Park is always a tough assignment but it appears The Students came through the challenge with flying colours. However, while the win might be a sign of good things to come for the team, it hasn't always been plain-sailing for Gavin Hunt's charges.
This is something experienced defender, Matthew Booth, agrees with. The dominating central defender has been in and out of the starting line-up this season, although he did start in the win over Stars.
Booth told the Siya crew, "I had a good start to the season but after the 4-2 defeat to Platinum Stars, I got bombed (dropped). Obviously it hasn't been just myself - other guys have had one bad game and they've been dropped.
"Gavin doesn't have a lot of patience and that's why we've changed the back four at least eight or nine times now. So, as soon as we can establish a back four that is consistent then that'll be good."
He added, "We have incredible potential and so people can't expect miracles straight away. They have to be a bit patient.
"The results will come, Gavin's qualities are undeniable and he hasn't won three titles in a row for nothing. We're all up for doing well."