Mamelodi Sundowns defender Motjeka Madisha says their focus can switch to Orlando Pirates after progressing to the Nedbank Cup semi-finals.
Keletso Makgalwa came off the bench to snatch the winner for Sundowns in the last five minutes of extra-time in their 1-0 win over Highlands Park.
"Both games were tough from my side, I think we did our level best, we should just focus on our next game which is Orlando Pirates. So now I just want to go home and rest," Madisha told SuperSport.
"The coach told us that we don't have to go to extra-time [but] you can't predict what's gonna happen so we just have to keep on going. So now it's time go home and rest."
The games are coming thick and fast for the Brazilians who are playing catch up due to involvement in the CAF Champions League, but Madisha insists there is no reason to complain.
"It's all about how much you want it, if you really want to succeed in life you have to put in more work, so whatever comes [your way] you have to take it. I chose to be a footballer, so I have to gel, whatever comes I must go.
"I'd like to thank the coaches and the management, the president of the team for always believing in us, for giving us the opportunity to play for Mamelodi Sundowns, so this award goes to my teammates and my coaches. I'm happy with the win."