Cape Town - Mpumalanga Black Aces utility man Limbikani Mzava says AmaZayoni will do whatever it takes hold on to top spot in the Absa Premiership this season.
With seven points from their opening three matches, Aces are atop the league table at this early stage of the campaign.
And, since making the switch from Bloemfontein Celtic in the recent transfer window, Malawi captain Mzava is pleased with his adjustment at the KwaZulu-Natal outfit, and believes they have the quality needed to challenge South Africa's best teams.
"I can promise the fans we will try and keep our brand of football consistent and always strive to improve," Mzava said on the Aces website.
"We have started well this season which is always a big plus and we all hope we can remain top of log for the rest of season.
"I came to South Africa to play as it’s my career and Aces is very professional and I'm thoroughly enjoying being part of AmaZayoni.
"Obviously I realise that as a foreigner I have an obligation to do well and I’m proud to fly my country's flag high."
Although PSL action resumes this weekend, Aces are only next in action on September 18, against Orlando Pirates at the Orlando Stadium, due tot he Buccaneers' involvement in the CAF Confederations Cup this weekend.