Black Leopards defender Edwin Gyimah says it's about time they kept a clean sheet after silencing Orlando Pirates.
Leopards registered their second win of the DStv Premiership season after defeating Pirates 2-0 on Sunday afternoon.
It was only the Limpopo's side second clean sheet of the season, but the Ghanaian defender feels they need start collecting more.
"First of all thanks to an Almighty God for this day because he's the only one who knows what will happen this day, it was a great game, Pirates has quality players, they're a big team," Gyimah told SuperSport.
"I think it's high time we don't concede, most of our games we take the lead and let it go in the end. But this time around the boys worked hard, we worked collectively and everything went well for us.
"When you check our previous games, we've been playing very well it's just that we lose concentration, small mistakes cost us but we're getting there. We're understanding ourselves now," he said.
"Today I'm very happy for the boys, I thank the technical team and the Chairman for this opportunity. We have to take responsibility, we have players who have something to protect, have a lead to protect, so we have a huge responsibility for this team. I make sure I work hard for this team to get out of this position."