Dikwena remain without any points after the opening two rounds of Absa Premiership fixtures, having gone down 2-0 to Maritzburg United on the opening day before crashing to a 3-1 loss against Cape Town City.
Stars now have a fortnight to work on shortcomings before they resume league duties on September 12 with a daunting trip to SuperSport United, but Dlamini believes they can still turn things around.
“These two weeks will take us a long way in getting things right. We will put some players to get game-time so that they gel,” he said on the club’s official website.
"We will play Highlands Park on Wednesday and Tuks on Friday. We are trying to balance game-time in the legs of the players.
"We will try some new combinations and see if there are better combinations that we can put on the field.”