AmaZulu FC coach Brandon Truter is looking forward to their upcoming DStv Premiership match against Sekhukhune United on Saturday.
The two teams will meet at the 2010 FIFA World Cup semi-final venue, Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban as Usuthu look to make it two victories in a row.
The KwaZulu-Natal giants are coming off a 1-0 win over Swallows FC at the Dobsonville Stadium in Soweto on Tuesday and Truter explained that they are taking it one game at a time.
“Look it is one game at a time for us, we have Sekhukhune now at the weekend. We are looking forward to the game,” Truter said.
“But for now it is about going back to Durban and recovering. For us, it is now four league games, three wins and a draw, no goals conceded so that augurs well.”
Truter is yet to taste a defeat since he took over as Usuthu interim coach two months ago following Benni McCarthy’s departure.
The DStv Premiership Coach of the Month for October/November 2020 is keen to ensure that the team avoids a defeat in their last three matches in the current season.
“It [current form] shows my acumen and the quality of the player. I am just happy for turning it around and getting the results that matter,” he added.
“We still have two games after Sekhukhune. We are hoping to wrap it [the season] up unbeaten and hopefully keep that goal against at zero.”
Usuthu are scheduled to take Sekhukhune (May 7), Cape Town City (May 14) and Lamontville Golden Arrows (May 21).