In fact the keeper has promised to fight hard and keep a clean sheet when the Warriors take on South Africa in an international friendly at the Moses Mabhida Stadium.
Bafana are still on a buoyant mood after beat Swaziland 6-2 in practice match at Chatsworth Stadium on Saturday.
However, despite the ruthless showing by the Carlos Alberto Parreira led side in front of goal against Sihlangu Semnikati, Kapini reminded main goal scorers Gert Schalkwyk and Katlego Mphela that Zimbabwe was different to Swaziland in terms of the standard of soccer.
"There is no ways that we can concede six goals. We have a strong defence and our aim is to go out there and push hard for a victory against Bafana," says Kapini.
The Platinum Stars goalkeeper also warned Bafana that they have some exciting youngsters in the Zimbabwean national team.
"The coach has brought along youngsters and from what I have seen at training yesterday, our glory days are not far ahead," he adds.