During his decade-long stay at the Amakhosi, Nengomasha got used to the “one trophy-per-season” mentality and ending the season in the top four.
Having now joined a club that usually ends the season with a dance with the drop, the 29-year-old tells KickOff.com he will still fight to remain in the top with The Students.
“I will try and emulate what we always did at Chiefs and bring my top performances here to this club,” the Zimbabwe says.
“My fighting spirit, though nurtured at Chiefs, did not start there. At every other club I have played for, I have always been told by coaches to fight to be number one and that is what I will do here at Wits because no-one ever remembers those who end in positions two and three.
“My mentality is still the same and will remain so till I quit the game. I hope to stay injury-free and hope that my good form persists.”
On the prospects of achieving success and staying power at Wits, Nengomasha is happy with the experience and promise blended around him.
“I know it will be a tough task adapting to a new club and beginning to gel, but that will eventually come and the fight for top spot will resume,” he says.
“As one of the senior players in the club, my task will also be to guide the youngsters in the same way I did at Chiefs and in exactly the same way I was guided by seniors there when I joined the club aged 19.”