The Buccaneers conceded an early goal from Bongi Ntuli in their first League match against Golden Arrows on Friday, before scoring twice to come out on top after 90 minutes.
"Coming from behind can be dangerous at times," Josephs admits on Pirates' official website. "If we continue playing catch-up, one of these days we won't be able to come back.
"Unfortunately in football the only thing we can do is prepare well, and try stopping those goals from coming in. However, the opposition at the end of the day, also has some business to do and they go all out to score."
The 32-year-old admits that his team has been losing concentration at crucial moments, but stresses that it is early days yet.
"It is not like we allow them to come at us and create problems it just happens that we lose a bit of concentration and we get punished.
"It is still early in the season … we will make sure that we work on some of these things in the next couple of days and weeks."