Kaizer Chiefs coach Ted Dumitru has heaped praised on Moroka Swallows counterpart Gavin Hunt, ahead of the duo's Supa 8 semi-final clash on Sunday.
The Romanian conceded that Hunt has built a quality squad with limited resources and says they are also playing good football.
"I respect Swallows, Hunt made some good signings and they are playing very well at the moment but as always, Chiefs have what it takes to stop them," he said.
Dumitru added that they have not adapted any special training methods ahead of the clash.
"We don't need to change the way we train just because we are going to play against Swallows, Chiefs does not do any training according to any team that they will be playing, it is always business as usually in the training camp," he said.
Although not one to be unnerved by anything, he admitted that the one thing that does get to him before matches is the last minute delays after his players have already completed their warm-up.
"Last season alone, we had five matches delayed because of people getting to the stadium late and this season, it has already happened.
"It is not good for my players at all, they do their warm-ups and they come back to the changing room only to be told that they have to sit because the kick off time has been changed. That is very wrong and the club have taken that up with the PSL and I just hope that will not happen on Sunday," fired Dumitru.