Kaizer Chiefs defender Reeve Frosler believes that everyone at the club needs to show some patience to turn their season around.
The Glamour Boys have endured an indifferent start to the season having won one game, lost two and drew two to sit in 13th place on the log table after five matches.
The Soweto giants are next in action when they face AmaZulu in the DStv Premiership at the Kings Park Stadium on Saturday at 3.30pm.
Chiefs will be hoping to get things back on track with three points against Ushutu and Frosler revealed that the team is in a positive mindset heading into the game.
“Honestly, the season is long. It is not three or five games. We have to be patient and get the small things right and eventually we will perform better and rediscover our best form soon. Everyone must show some form of patience and we will get it right,” said Frosler through the club’s media platform.
“Usuthu are a good team and it is going to be a difficult game for us. The guys are positive in the dressing room and we are discussing how to get better. We want to get the best out of each other and everyone is positive about turning things around,” said Frosler.
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