Amakhosi endured the worst start possible and two games into the new season, ‘fallists’ were on full force calling for coach Steve Komphela’s head
But a good run of four straight wins have seen the Naturena based team rise to the top of the Premiership standings with 13 points.
“It is great to be back on the winning end of the business. We have been training hard and trying to improve on our performance and grinding results,” said Tshabalala on his website on Monday.
He admitted though that this is not the best Amakhosi can do in terms of performances, and said there was room for imrpovement.
“This though is not the best that we can give, it can get better and that is what we aim to do,” said Shabba.