Cape Town - Cape Town City winger Aubrey Ngoma says their 2-0 victory over Polokwane City in their first ever Premiership match proves they will be competitive this season.
Ngoma was one of the 14 players retained by the club after they bought Mpumalanga Black Aces' Premiership status and relocated to the Mother City, and the diminutive winger along with Bongi Jayiya scored in their first ever Premiership fixture.
"I think the most important thing is that we managed to get the win at home. We have set the tone for the season," he told Goal.
"Teams should know that as much as we have signed a lot of new players, we are not going to be pushovers to anyone. We are here to compete and not in the league just to add numbers.
"We started well on Tuesday night, that will give us a lot of confidence and also motivate the new players to get going."
The former Orlando Pirates man scored three goals and registered two assists in 23 games for the now defunct Amazayoni.