Moholo who hails from Diepkloof in Soweto started out as a Pirates junior before moving on to SuperSport United to undergo further development training before getting his break at Tuks from where he moved on to Free State Stars.
"In my opinion I feel that coming back to Pirates is like coming back for unfinished business. I was originally here at Pirates as a development player before I then moved on to SuperSport United for further development.
"So for me I feel like I owe this club a lot because they developed me which is why I didn't hesitate on coming back when the opportunity availed. I now need to get on with my unfinished business at the club.
"In my case I am from a family that supports Pirates…my uncle, my mother they all support Pirates so I am in familiar territory. It is not a new thing for me to be here putting on a Pirates jersey…the only difference is that that the level is now much higher.
"Luckily I there is also faces that I am familiar with in Andile (Jali) who I played with at Tuks, Thabo (Matlaba) who I played with at Free State. Both of them have told me that I must always be on my toes. So I know what is expected of me playing for Pirates in more ways than one," says Moholo.
Ahead of a week in which Pirates will square up in the MTN8 semi-final against SuperSport, Moholo is aware of what to expect in the next seven days when they play the Nedbank Champions thrice starting off on Sunday in Polokwane.
"Obviously we are playing against a very difficult team who are very fit and aggressive in the way they play. We know how they play because mostly they use the long ball and depend on the second ball.
"So for us as Pirates players we need to be careful on the second ball and set-pieces as they are deadly on set-pieces. Once we guard on that half the job is done," he adds.