The Premier Soccer League wish to convey their best wishes to Kaizer Chiefs and Ajax Cape Town for their respective African Champions League last 32 matches over the coming weekend.
South African teams have struggled to make an impression in the Champions League since the country's re-introduction to continental football. Despite them boasting some of the best infrastructure - stadia, hotel's and practice facilities - only Orlando Pirates have tasted success back in 1995.
Mamelodi Sundowns also enjoyed a good run that culminated in loss in the final of 2001/2002 season, but other than that South African teams have failed to impress.
However, the Mighty Amakhosi, who endured a 12-year wait before annexing the Castle Premiership title last season to gain entry to the Champions League, have set their sights on confirming their status as one of Africa's elite clubs by winning the most coveted title on the continent.
They continue their road to stardom against Madagascar's USJF Ravinala in Antananarivo on Sunday.
The Urban Warriors, who finished runners-up to Chiefs last year in the PSL, are aiming to bounce back from Tuesday's loss against SuperSport and get off to a great start en route to and extended run in Africa.
Gordan Igesund's team travel to Burkina Faso to play ASFA Yennega in Ouagadougou on Saturday evening.
Everybody at the PSL wish just to remind 'our' boys that their are thousands back home spurring them on to greater heights.