Sundowns, winners of the CAF Champions League in 2016, have qualified for the tournament’s group stages for a fifth year running and will be determined to go all the way after they were knocked out in the quarterfinals by eventual champions Wydad Casablanca last year.
Mohomi, who scored in a friendly match against Botswana Premier League champions Township Rollers over the weekend, believes they have what it takes to rule African football again.
Sundowns have collected just two points in their first two group matches and know that they cannot afford to slip up when the play Togolese outfit AS Togo-Port on July 17 in Lome.
“Obviously so. That’s the reason I came here in the first place, [to win] more trophies,” Mohomi said.
“Right now we have a chance to reclaim our title, so why not? We have to go all the way and get a second star if possible. That’s what we are gunning for and that’s what’s important. So we have to do that.
“With the way the guys have been playing, I am happy and very much confident that we are going to go all the way.”