Bucs beat Kaizer Chiefs 1-0, with Siyabonga Sangweni named Man of the Match after a sterling display in the heart of defence.
"We were rock solid. My defence held firm and kept Chiefs at bay. I actually had very little to do," Josephs tells KickOff.com.
"The one real save I made was from distance and credit to the defence," he adds.
Bucs' defence is seemingly continuing where they left off last season, and are probably even stronger now, after Sangweni was roped in at the start of the season.
During the club's 2010/11 awards function in June, Irvin Khoza gave the defence a special award for the achievement of conceding the fewest goals (23 League goals in 30 matches), alongside Chiefs and Bloemfontein Celtic, thus ensuring Pirates lost the fewest matches, four, on their way to winning the treble.
Josephs, Senzo Meyiwa, Rooi Mahamutsa, Ruben Cloete, Happy Jele and Lucky Lekgwathi shared R100,000. Bucs fans – do you think the defence should get the credit, as Moeneeb says? Have your say HERE!