Celtic will get on the N1 North for the second time within a week as they have a date against Bidvest Wits on Friday night at Bidvest Stadium (20h00).
This is a cup game that falls during a period when all seems to be gloomy for Siwelele who have won just once since Letsoaka took over last year, and also have just that single win from the last 16 games.
Ironically that one win recorded in the period stretching from October last year was against Wits – a team that they have taken four points from this season.
All the same despite all the troubles that Celtic have been faced with recently which include that long string of bad results and hooliganism which has culminated in club boss Max Tshabalalala announcing that he is putting the club up for sale, football must still go on in the meantime and Letsoaka just needs a win.
"At this stage there isn’t a game that you will definitely take easily," says Letsoaka.
"We will play every game that we have to play to win it. The Wits game, even though it is a cup it is not going to be any different, we have to get a result and if that result has to come from a cup competition so be it. So we are not going to take a lighter note on the Wits game, we are going into that game to fight to be in the next stage of the competition."
The under-fire Letsoaka adds: "We are going to fight in all the games remaining because in the league if we win one game we can move up."