Hellenic may have picked up their first point of the season on Wednesday night, but captain Joas Magalego spoke to SASoccer365.com about the pressure the club is under...
The biggest concern for the players are the rumours that the club could be sold in the coming weeks, giving them an uncertain future.
"We had a meeting with Elia Hadjidakis, CEO of Hellenic, and he told us that if we don't win our next four games then the possibility of the club being sold could become a reality." Magalego said.
The side, perhaps lifted by this news, drew 0-0 with Jomo Cosmos in a Castle Premiership encounter in Tembisa last night.
"I'm happy with the draw considering it was away from home, but we could have done better as we need the points and to win urgently.
"We've got three games left now, and against Chiefs on Sunday it's going to be tough, but we've got the message that we should do better."
Kaizer Chiefs are the log leaders and will be in Cape Town on Sunday to play the Greek Gods in their own backyard.
Thereafter Clemens Westerhof's side will be hosted by Wits University, who have not conceded a goal in five games, and then Cosmos make the trip to Cape Town for a Coca Cola Cup first round game in the first week of October.
Hellenic's chances of winning these games relies more on team spirit than ability you feel, but after Wednesday's battle against a depleted Ezenkosi, they could survive another season in the Castle Premiership - and in Cape Town.