Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs captain Siphiwe Tshabalala hopes the team's master-class at the weekend was a sign of things to come rather than a once-off performance.
Amakhosi demolished Premiership leaders Platinum Stars 3-0 in the first round of the Telkom Knockout at the Moruleng Stadium and will be looking to continue that sort of form after the international break.
"It becomes a challenge to still work hard and score often and be as clinical and be more consistent. We are still working on being consistent and I think we'll get there with time," Tshabalala told KickOff.
"We had a lot of chances [against Stars] and we should have been three goals up much sooner than we did.
"It was always a worrying factor that, having created so many chances as we did, we were not converting them. The good thing is that we kept on pushing and pushing.
"We want to go all the way but it's one game at a time. Now that we are through to the quarter-finals, the focus for now is on our next league game when we play Aces and after that we'll put the focus and preparations to the quarter-finals."