Kaizer Chiefs' match-winner Lebogang Manyama says opposing teams are now coming with a 'man-to-man' approach following their latest win over Golden Arrows.
Chiefs looked to heading for a second straight draw in the Absa Premiership until Manyama volleyed home the winning goal in the second-half stoppage time.
Manyama says team are now coming with tactics to try and disrupt the Soweto giants.
"First of all I want to thank the fans for coming through week in and week out, secondly, we fought you know. We played against a team that plays with five defenders and one sweeper," Manyama told SuperSport after the game.
"We play like this every week but people think we don't wanna play, we're playing one-on-one each and every week. All these teams are coming with man-to-man.
"We're trying to break them down but it's not working but the fighting spirit we have within ourselves, we never give up. You know we play until the last minute," he went on.
"Once again I wanna thank the fans for coming through, you can see, they're happy and when they're happy, we're very happy."
He added, "We were trying to do certain stuff but sometimes it doesn't work out, it's frustrating for the fans, it's frustrating for us you know. But ja we'll keep on trying to get better, week in and week out," he said.