The two teams were pitted against each other in the last eight draw earlier today.
Chiefs beat Dikwena in the League and also over two legs in the MTN8 semifinals, but Gould says Amakhosi need to guard against complacency.
“It is a tricky one and at the same time they want to come back and say, ‘You know what, enough is enough. We played these guys so many times. We don't want to throw it away again’,” Gould says.
“But we are obviously not going to go there and say we've done it three times, we will do it fourth time. We just want go there and do what we need to do.”
With the MTN8 title in the bag, the former Jomo Cosmos and SuperSport United defender says winning the Telkom Knockout will be the perfect way to erase their memories of last season when they finished empty-handed.
“It is going to be a good one for us if we can get it, but we have to come up against this hurdle and let us first past this hurdle,” Gould continues.
“It is a motivation that we didn't win anything last year and at the same time it's a bit of a nervy one because you going into each game thinking what happened last season.
“But at the same time, you have hit the ground running and we looked at what our mistakes were and we are trying to fix it. I would not say we fixed them perfectly, but we are coming there slowly but surely.”