Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Brian Baloyi has a healthy respect for Silver Stars because anything can happen in a cup final.
The 29-year-old, who will be battling it out with Rowen Fernandez for a place between the sticks in Saturdays Coca-Cola Cup final against Stars, believes the team that takes its' chances on the day will walk off with the R2million first prize.
We have never played against Stars before so it is going to be a new experience for all of us, said Baloyi.
People are writing them off and saying they dont have a chance but I have been in soccer long enough to know that anything can happen once the whistle goes.
We are approaching this cup final as if we were play against Pirates or Sundowns or any other big club.
Baloyi said the mood in the Chiefs camp was positive and the players were eager to go out and get the job done.
Everyone has been trying to impress Ted Dumitru in training this week and have pushed themselves to the maximum, he said.
We all want to play desperately and I think that has shown by the way we have committed ourselves over the past few days.
What we all need to do now is focus and not allow any complacency to creep in.
Baloyi has won many things in his almost ten years with the Phefeni Glamour Boys yet the desire for success still burns as bright as ever.
I am always looking to add to my collection of medals and hopefully after the final whistle on Saturday I will have another one to go with the others.