Cape Town - Chippa United coach Dan Malesela believes his team will have to work harder since opponents have now taken note of their compelling style of play.
The Chilli Boys have been in scintillating form in the Premiership since securing their first top eight finish last season.
Under Malesela, Chippa are playing enterprising football and have started this season with two wins and two draws.
"I wouldn't say anything like we are dark horses. I want us to be light horses, so we can be visible," Malesela said on the PSL website.
"But on a more serious note, I believe we can compete. When I look at what we have and our chances of achieving things, it is very possible.
"But how we conduct ourselves, is very important. It's about being arrogant on the field - good arrogance. We must become consistent in what we are doing as well. Then I think we have a chance of achieving things.
"I put it down to wanting to entertain people you know. We are in the entertainment industry and if we go on the field and we don't entertain people the only entertainment that they get is when we score goals."