Kaizer Chiefs winger, George Lebese, believes the club have turned the corner following their 2-0 victory over SuperSport United this past Saturday.
The 25-year-old bagged a brace as the Glamour Boys sealed their move to the semi-finals of the Nedbank Cup. As a result, the Mamelodi-born star feels Chiefs are in for some better fortunes following some uncertain form off late.
The Amakhosi recently lost back-to-back matches against Mamelodi Sundowns and Black Aces which has seen the Soweto giants lose ground in the PSL title race. Nonetheless, Lebese expressed his view that the victory over SuperSport was a sign of better things to come.
He told the club's official website, "We hope that we have turned the corner and we will start collecting points in the league after this victory. We are looking at defending our trophies and this result shows we are just a step closer to achieve our goals. I would like to thank God for his mercy, the coach (Baxter) for his faith in me and my teammates for their support. I would like to thank the club for the opportunity and all the Amakhosi supporters."
Chiefs' next challenge comes in the form of Polokwane City in the PSL on Wednesday (April 16). The action gets underway from 19h30 at the Peter Mokaba Stadium.