Moroka Swallows CEO Gavin Bernstein is confident that his three new signings will add depth to the already talented squad.
The Beautiful Birds finished fifth last season after falling away towards the end of the campaign, but Bernstein believes the new acquisitions could lead to some silverware this time around.
"Henrico Bothas is the captain of the Namibia national team, was just named his country's most valuable player and scored more than 20 goals last season for his previous club so we are very excited about him joining us,"he said.
"We also signed Mane Niang, a striker from Senegal, who is taller than our former striker Lungisani Ndlela. I think in him we have found a striker that we have been looking for."
Simba Marumo, one of the most experienced players in the country, was also signed from Sundowns.
"We have assembled a strong squad for this season and we looking forward to a very good season. Simba is a very experienced player and we believe that he still have a lot to offer to football in this country."
Bernstein confirmed that they would be using Milpark stadium as their home until the Rand Stadium is ready.
"We are not changing our home ground, but Rand Stadium is under-going some renovation and we will move back when it is ready," he added.
He also said that the management will work with all the members of the club to avoid a repeat of the disturbances that happened towards the end of last season.
"We believe that we have to work together for the good of the team with those who are part and parcel of the club and right now we doing that," said Bernstein.
By Francis Makoni