Black Leopards coach Shakes Mashaba revealed he is expecting a tough encounter when his side takes on Castle Premiership champions Kaizer Chiefs in their SAA Supa 8 fixture on Saturday.
The former national coach admitted that Lidoda Duvha will be looking to go all out for a win and show the masses that they are not there to just make up the numbers.
"It will be a tough game tomorrow (Saturday) and everybody knows Kaizer Chiefs are a very good team, but we are not here just to make up the numbers," said Mashaba.
"We expect to win every match and will be competing for all trophies, in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) and in CAF (Confederation of African Football)."
The Leopards coach also revealed he has a full-strength squad for the clash, but admitted that he must still name his starting line-up.
He said that former Amakhosi star Sibusiso Dlamini caused Chiefs some problems during their Telkom Charity Cup clash and conceded that the striker could feature on Saturday.
Mashaba replaced David Byrne during last season and turned around the fortunes of the club following the solid foundation set by former coach Gavin Hunt and revealed Leopards were looking to finish higher than last season's eighth position.
"When I took over during last season my first objective was to qualify in top eight," said Mashaba.
"And now that we achieved that goal, we will be looking to finish higher up and strengthen our squad considerably at the end of next season. We want to be one of the top teams in South Africa."