The national team, Bafana Bafana, left the country on Tuesday evening for Cameroon where they will play The Central African Republic (CAR) in a World Cup qualifier.
The team is from a morale boosting 2-0 win over Lesotho and captain Itumeleng Khune believes they have what it takes to come back with full points in their game against CAR in Cameroon and then against Ethiopia a week later.
He told Soccer-Laduma that the players know that both games are very important and that two wins are required. "We are leaving in high spirits. We will be facing CAR in the neutral venue and that will help us play our normal game which is what we need at this point in time.
"We need to win to keep our hopes for the World Cup alive and that's why we have to come back with six points from the two games. We are taking it one game at a time and now we have to deal with CAR and then we will focus on Ethiopia. But we are coming back with six points," the Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper concluded.