The Amakhosi travel to the Royal Bafokeng Stadium on Sunday to take on Owen Da Gama's charges who have been inconsistent this year, but Yeye says Chiefs will take nothing for granted. Chiefs, who have seen their match against Moroka Swallows being postponed to next week, will back themselves to overcome Dinaledi who have only won once in their last four matches. "It will be a tough game considering that we will be playing away. We just have to work hard and take nothing for granted," he tells KickOff.com.
_quote "We won't dwell too much on what has been happening from their side, we are only focusing on our team as we have the job to do which is to fight for three points. Our next two games are crucial and we have to collect all points," he adds. The Bafana Bafana midfielder, who played in the national team's 2-0 victory over Kenya on Wednesday at the same venue, is also concerned that the break they had could affect their momentum. "We usually struggle after these kind of breaks but we don't have to worry, we have now recharged our batteries and are looking forward to the match," he saya. However, Stars have been doing well against the big teams having played a goalless draw with Chiefs and Orlando Pirates in the first round before also frustrating Mamelodi Sundowns with their recent 1-1 draw two weeks back, but that does not worry Yeye. "Our positives from that match are that we played well in that game but didn't convert our chances, I'm confident that if we can convert some on Sunday, we can win," he concludes.