Chiefs have had to cope with biting their thumb nails in admiration as Pirates rule the local scene in the last two years and Lebese admits that has to come to an end.
"It is never an easy thing to see our main rivals win almost all the cups and dominate the way they have done while we are not winning anything. So we will go all out this season to make sure we change that tide starting with the game against them this weekend.
"This is a game that will mark the beginning towards reversing the domination. That we have to dominate again is something that we don't need to be reminded about," says Lebese.
That this weekend's tie is a fans directed game makes no difference to the 23 year-old who insists it is a game that must be won at all costs especially for the pride of the fans.
"For us as players it is still a Derby despite the fact that the fans are the ones that choose the first eleven. We still going to try and win the Derby for the sake of our fans happiness. Nothing is different about the vibe as well because there is still the same vibe as there always has been before ahead of any Derby.
"The coach is also more positive and giving us that positive energy as he wants us to win things. We will also go all systems out to make sure that we win all cups and dominate the League," he says.
Lebese is raising his hand towards taking the responsibility of making sure that he becomes a regular influence in the team and not the inconsistent player that he has been.
"Consistency is something that I am looking forward to improving in this season because it has been my biggest downfall in the past. I need to show up more in the team this season by working hard and if I do that things will come out right for me in the end," says Lebese.