Kearyn Baccus says Kaizer Chiefs must go into their CAF Champions League game against Horoya with the intent to win the game.
The deciding group game will played in Guinea on Saturday, with a possible qualification for the last eight on the line.
Baccus says the team are in good spirits as they look forward to the game.
“Yeah, you know, the boys are in good spirits,” Baccus told Chiefs media department.
“You know, like, we’re ready to go. We want to do well in the Champions League since we’re not doing so well in the league at the moment. But yeah, we’re all ready and excited.”
To qualify for the quarter-finals, Chiefs need a victory or a scoring draw, and Baccus says the need to play to win.
“Yeah, you know, for me, I’d rather attack and lose, than defend and draw. So for me, I think if we play all out attack and go for it, we’ve got nothing to lose.”
“The experience for the young boys it’s massive. you know.”
“They are stepping up, which is good in a difficult time where we believe we need them. But yeah, you know, we we as older players, also, we have to do our bit and we just, yeah, hopefully we can do well on Saturday and get a result.”