Moloi beat Mosimane to the crown despite The Brazilians notching up two victories and a draw, while the Chilli Boys managed one win and two draws last month.
However, ‘Jingles’ has shown sportsmanship in sending well wishes to Moloi.
“I have seen coach Teboho come up as a coach and I had no doubt he would be where he is right now, and I know he still has a lot more to contribute to the game,” Mosimane told his club’s website.
“‘Tebza’ doesn’t lack the patience required but it was worth the wait, because for the longest time he was learning the trade and providing the support as an assistant coach and you can’t do it for that long if you don’t have the love.
“His love and passion for the game is also evident in the quality of football played by Chippa United.”
The former Bafana Bafana coach also reserved praise for Sundowns skipper Hlompho Kekana, who was crowned the Player of the Month for November.
“And of course, I’m really happy for ‘Keke’. He deserves it because he really works hard on his game. His contribution goes beyond just on the pitch but also provides leadership off-the-field, especially for the youngsters,” he added.
“I also believe he will win Goal of The Month for his long-range effort against Orlando Pirates. That goal was truly special and in a class of its own, perhaps should see Hlompho nominated for the Puskas Awards once again.”