Under-pressure Black Leopards coach Alan Clark insists he is the right man to help the club avoid relegation.
Leopards went down to their fourth consecutive league defeat with a 1-0 loss to Bidvest Wits on Tuesday night.
This has further escalated pressure on Clark, who has lost four and won one in his five games at the helm since taking charge.
Lidoda Duvha are three points adrift at the bottom of the table with just six games remaining.
The club's bosses may be reluctant to sack what would be their fourth
coach this season as there is precious little time for a new tactician
to instil his philosophy on the side.
Lionel Soccoia, Luc Eymael and Cavin Johnson have all been shown the
exit door at Leopards this season, leading to uncertainty over Clark's
future. But the former AmaZulu and Platinum Stars assistant coach is
confident he can get the Limpopo-based side out of their current
"I would not be here if I was not confident I can get the team out of the situation," said the Lidoda Duvha mentor.
"I still think we have a talented squad.
"In many departments we have the experience. In those six games
remaining we probably need 10 points to be safe. If we keep performing
like this we will get them."
Leopards' next assignment is a clash with Limpopo rivals Baroka FC in the Nedbank Cup quarter-finals.
Kick-off is at 15:00.
- TEAMtalk media