Wits captain Charles Yohane believes the Clever Boys will bounce back from their defeat to Santos on Wednesday when they take on Zulu Royals this weekend.
The People's Team edged Wits 1-0 at the Athlone Stadium to inflict a first defeat in 13 games on the Johannesburg-based side, a game Yohane thinks Santos were luckly to win.
"The only thing that I can say about the game against Santos was that they were lucky to win," Yohane told SASoccer365.com on Thursday.
"Santos never dominated us, we were the one's who were taking the game into their half but lady lucky was with them.
Yohane cautioned against under-estimating Royals despite their 4-0 hammering at the hands of Kaizer Chiefs on Wednesday.
"There is no team which is bigger than any other in this league," said the Zimbabwean. "We can not say that we will have a walk over against Royals simple because they were beaten by Chiefs.
"What we need to do is to play our game and to try not to make the same mistakes that we made against Santos."
At the same time Royals are under pressure, their coach Walter Rautmann winning only won one game from four since taking charge.
The Austrian-born taskmaster said that his players are not hungry and that he needs players who want to win or he will be forced to quit.
"This is one of my most difficult coaching jobs I have, first the players don't seem to want to win and secondly they think that you just play and you don't take responsibility of what happens on the park" Rautmann told SASoccer365.com.