Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder and captain Hlompho Kekana has insisted his side will go all out against Enyimba on Tuesday.
Sundowns have already qualified for the semi-final stage of the Caf Champions League following three straight wins but will be looking to maintain their momentum by adding yet another victory over the Nigerian side.
The game is essentially a dead rubber given Downs and Zamalek are already assured of qualification, while the Brazilians will face either Wydad Casablanca or Zesco United in their semi-final.
‘It is always important to finish well; to finish what you have started. I think we really need to win the match to keep our winning culture,’ Kekana told Goal.
‘I think we are aware of what is happening around us and we are looking forward to what’s waiting for us in the semifinal. It is going to be a very good experience.’
The midfielder expressed his confidence ahead of the clash as he explained the side would go out and play their best football.
The star also revealed his pleasure at what has been a magnificent group stage campaign thus far while he is confident the professionalism of his side makes their task easier.
Kekana made 43 appearances for Sundowns last season, netting eight goals and assisting a further two.