Chiefs stretched their unbeaten run to five games with a first ever competitive win over Baroka with a 2-1 scoreline at Peter Mokaba Stadium over the weekend.
Amakhosi next face a crunch encounter at FNB Stadium on Saturday against Absa Premiership leaders Mamelodi Sundowns, who just reiterated their title credentials with a 3-0 rout of relegation-threatened Platinum Stars.
"The most important thing in any sport is results," said Komphela, who was naturally pleased that new signing Leonardo Castro scored on debut in Polokwane.
"When results are coming they bring more confidence. And with confidence you start to believe and have conviction, and hope it will happen."
Komphela, however, conceded the Glamour Boys were not at their best against mid-table Bakgaga.
"Much as we did win the match, I feel there were areas where I felt we gave too much hope," he said.
"We lost possession too cheaply, we didn't play with the same confidence in the first half.
"But these are all things we can learn from. But I am delighted with the victory, we add on top to what we have and we try and push on.
"It's that time of the year where every point counts," concluded the former Maritzburg United mentor.