Lebese started last season strongly, racking up eight goals in speedy fashion before injury and a loss of form derailed his progress.
"I think for me he needs to learn to deliver and be consistent. Not to say today you playing well, tomorrow you are off," Muchichwa says of the 27-year-old.
"For me he needs to learn to be consistent and if he becomes consistent in terms of performing, improving his performance day in and day out, I think he can do well.
"When he's on form you could clearly see things do happen and Chiefs score goals. But I don't know what happens sometimes.
"We need to know that on the left wing we have George Lebese. If Kaizer Chiefs is playing now you don't know who's going to play on the left, is George there or not there? So he need to be consistent," concludes the Zimbabwean.
The Glamour Boys are currently preparing for the annual Carling Black Label Champion Cup against Orlando Pirates at FNB Stadium on July 30.