Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Siyabonga Nkosi has warned Ajax Cape Town that Amakhosi are ready to get back to winning ways in the Premiership ahead of their clash.
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Despite having a seemingly insurmountable lead at the top of the Premiership table, Chiefs have begun the year poorly in the league, taking just one point from two games in 2015.
That record has led Ajax Cape Town coach Roger de Sa and striker Erwin Isaacs to suggest they are ripe for the picking.
However, the Soweto club have won their last two games in a row, and three of their last four.
"We have won two games in a row and that has lifted the morale of the team," Nkosi told the club's official website.
The midfielder scored the only goal against Township Rollers on Saturday, which saw them progress to the next round of the competition.
"It was more of a team goal. The preparation, the way the goal happened - it involved a couple a players.
"It was a structured goal for the team. It was crucial to get that win over Rollers.
"We worked hard at training to fix a few problems. We also worked on our game plan."
Nkosi stressed they would not be taking the clash against the Urban Warriors lightly.
"They are excellent on the ball and they are quick," he said. "Ajax have a good side. However, we are motivated to get past them and get the three points.
"We have found our rhythm again and that's a positive going into the game against Ajax."