For the first time in a long time, players at Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila will go shopping with a smile at the end of the month.
KickOff.com has gathered that all the players at TTM have finally received the full salaries they were owed by the club.
The Limpopo-based side had been struggling with financial issues as several stories of unpaid salaries came to the surface, until the club was sold to new owners last week.
Now that Dr Abram Sello has taken over the team from Lawrence Mulaudzi it seems there is a ray of hope that things will fall into place as players concentrate on football rather than their bank balances.
According to one of the players at TTM who wishes to remain anonymous, they were paid their full salaries at the end of January.
"Even though there are some outstanding issues with signing-on fees and other monies owed to some players, at least everyone got his salary at the end of month," the player confirms.
"We are confident that the management will sort the other things out and we are now focusing on making sure the club moves away from the relegation zone."