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Frosler: We aim to win each and every game we play

Kaizer Chiefs defender Reeve Frosler feels Amakhosi can end the season with both the league and the Nedbank Cup trophies in the cabinet.

The Soweto giants are currently four points clear in the Premiership title race with 10 games of the season remaining and face Highlands Park in the quarterfinals of the Nedbank Cup on Saturday.

Chiefs stumbled in the league last weekend as they fell to a 2-1 defeat at home against Maritzburg United but Frosler is confident they can bounce back and go unbeaten for the rest of season, including in the Cup.

Frosler said: "What happened last Saturday is in the past now.

"From now on, we aim to win each and every game we play, whether it will be the league, the Nedbank and friendly matches.

"Our main objective is to bring cups to our cabinet, it's been a while [they've gone five years without silverware].

"Now with the league and Nedbank Cup, we have a good chance to bring success.

"I am positive we can do it [win both the league and the Nedbank Cup trophy], we have hunger as a team, but as always, we take one game at a time."

Amakhosi's next game in the league will be a Soweto derby against Orlando Pirates on 29 February.