Sundowns have been in great form and are top of the league standings going into the festive break, having beaten Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates in one week.
The 30-year-old keeper was the hero against Chiefs in the TKO final saving two penalties and been in good form of late.
"Everything we need to believe. No one knew that we can win the Telkom Cup until we've won," says the Ugandan keeper.
"So for us, we need to take one game at the time. I think (what next) it's gonna be the league, the Nedbank Cup and Champions League, but we need to go as far as we can in all trophies."
Sundowns are the reigning Nedbank Cup champions and with their current good form will be confident of keeping the trophy in their hands.
Pirates were the last team to win 'The Treble' in the 2011/12 season.
The Sundowns league campaign resumes on January 9 against Kaizer Chiefs at FNB Stadium.