Cape Town - Bloemfontein Celtic midfielder Dumisani Zuma says the team are high on confidence following their recent run of good results.
Serame Letsoaka took over the reins at the Premiership club in December, although he initially struggled to find a winning formula with Siwelele.
During the period between February and March Letsoaka's side lost five consecutive games, but they have seemingly bounced back with a six-game unbeaten streak, which included a shock 3-1 win over newly-crowned league champions Mamelodi Sundowns.
"How do I put this? It is like the season has just started, the guys are enjoying themselves on the pitch and at training," Zuma told the club's official website.
"There is an unbelievable mood reigning in the camp. Perhaps we took time to gel and to collectively understand the methodology introduced by coach Serame Letsoaka when he came.
"He is a great coach. We are psychologically and physically ready for any team."
Celtic are placed 10th in the standings going into their last match of the season against Polokwane City on May 21.