"My plan was just to improve when I came here last season. I wanted a club where I could play and take my career forward and it worked out well for me," Malokase tells KickOff.com.
"The reception that I got from the players and the technical team was the reason I did well for the team last season. I gelled with the entire squad and my focus was largely on football matters on the pitch.
"I desperately needed the chance that the club afforded me because it has now helped me to boost my confidence," says the striker who scored six league goals in five starts last season.
Molakase attributes the pressures of playing for a big club like Pirates as the main reason why he did not have the same amount of goals that he had scored at Bloemfontein Celtic.
"The pressure at Pirates is different to the pressure here at Stars. But as a footballer it is up to me to adjust to the conditions wherever I play.
"My targets for the new season is to better the performance that I had last season and my goals are purely set with the vision of the club," the 31-year-old said.
Malokase feels that with the addition of his former Bucs colleague Benson Mhlongo and a few raw and unknown youngsters, Dikwena will be a force to be reckoned with next season.
He believes they will cause a few big upsets and claim a position amongst the best teams in the top half of the League table.