Kaizer Chiefs' early-season struggles have been met with all sorts of analysis but coach Gavin Hunt has now revealed what needs to be done.
Chiefs have made one of their worst starts to a season with two wins from six games while scoring just three goals and conceding a whopping nine.
They have already suffered defeats to major PSL rivals Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates, compounding Hunt's woes early on in his tenure.
The four-time league-winning tactician, who was backed to turn the fortunes of the club around amid their ongoing five-year trophy drought, has already come under massive criticism for the team's lacklustre showing thus far.
With the club's transfer ban also prohibiting any new signings at least until July next year, Hunt is forced to work with what he has and patch things up from within the dressing room.
"I can't talk like that in the media about those types of things, you've just got to look at the [ex-Bidvest] Wits players in the last two games [of last season] and that's the difference, isn't it," responded the 56-year-old when asked where he feels they are lacking the most.
"They had the mentality that, obviously, a team needs. And that mentality is what we need. So that's what we've got to look for."
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