Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane took over at the helm of the Brazilians when the team was lying second from bottom on the Absa Premiership table. In just four games, the former Bafana Bafana mentor has helped the team claw their way up to 10th place.
Tonight the Chloorkop-based side take on Kaizer Chiefs at Loftus Stadium and although Mosimane has picked up eight points out of a possible 12, he is unhappy with their current standing on the log.
The former SuperSport United coach said they need to win as many games as possible in the remainder of their campaign, starting with tonight’s game.
“I know many people will think we have done very well getting eight points from a possible 12, but for me, I am not happy with the position. I think we could have done better. To start doing better we have to win tonight.
“We are not thinking about where we will end in the league right now. We are thinking about one game at a time and tonight it is Kaizer Chiefs and we have to get maximum points,” Mosimane concluded.