Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper, Itumeleng Khune, says as the team they should be able to get themselves out of their current situation.
The Amakhosi are struggling with form at the moment, after losing three games in succession in the Nedbank Cup, Absa Premiership and in the CAF Champions League.
Steve Komphela and the team aim to bounce back to winning ways with their league game with struggling Jomo Cosmos at the FNB Stadium tonight.
Having lost 1-0 in their first leg first round game with ASEC Mimosas on Saturday, the Bafana Bafana shot-stopper says Chiefs need to win games again.
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“We all felt down. However, we got ourselves in this situation, so it is also up to us to start winning in order to restore our confidence and that of our supporters. The first opportunity to do this will be on Tuesday against Jomo Cosmos. There’s not much time to prepare for the Cosmos game, because we played on Saturday. On the other hand, we work according to a schedule and we will be ready for the match.
"We have the character to bounce back. It's good to be back, as it is always an honour to have an opportunity to make a contribution in the field of play. We are pushing hard to get back on track. We want to finish the season on a high, which means that we need wins. We know Cosmos are a good side. They will definitely want to raise the bar against us. We just have to be prepared for that. It is going to take an effort to beat them. But that’s what we need, as it’s important to get back on track,” the goalkeeper told the club’s official website.