Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt has discussed the brand of football the club's supporters can expect now that he is at the helm.
Hunt last week joined Chiefs on a three-year deal to take over from Ernst Middendorp, under whom many of the club's supporters were displeased with the type of football being played by the team.
To add insult to injury, Amakhosi lost the chance to end their trophy drought on two occasions – both in devastating fashion – in the 2019 Nedbank Cup final and the 2019/20 Absa Premiership.
With the four-time league-winning tactician now ushering in a new dawn, he has given an indication of what fans can expect upon his arrival and vowed to deliver results.
"My goal is to get through the first day, get on the training ground, work with the players, see where we are and what I feel we need, that's the bottom line," Hunt told Chiefs' media department.
"Forget about everything else, the most important thing in football is the two P's - played and points. Let's get that right and we can find a way that's pleasing on the eye and enjoyable to watch, and [will make] people want to come to the stadium.
"I want to play winning football. I'm a local boy, I know the history of this club, I know what's required and I know the demand, let's have a go."
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