Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Haashim Domingo feels things are coming together well at Chloorkop.
The former Bidvest Wits man joined Sundowns at the start of the season.
Domingo came through the Ajax Cape Town academy, but left for Europe as a teenager, signing for Vitoria in Portugal.
He returned to South Africa to join Wits in 2018, before moving to Sundowns after Wits were sold.
He has made 5 appearances this season.
Domingo says being at the top of the DStv Premiership means the club has a constant target on their back, but they are coping with the pressure well.
“So far the team is doing well and collecting points and you always want to be part of it and contribute more,” Domingo told the Sundowns website.
“When the time is right everything will fall into place.”
“Being surrounded by the calibre of players that we have at the club is good for one as you learn a lot from the senior guys. The team is coming together and we have this identity at the club which makes us want to be better and do more by winning games and collecting trophies. So far it has been good and will get better.”
“Being on top means that everyone makes you a target and that you are hunted every week, that for us means we must be motivated to stay there and take it one game at a time. We are motivated and not under pressure to be there and we are focused. We wanna make sure we are there until the last game.”
Sundowns are also looking to strengthen the team, and in the latest iDiski Times edition, now on sale, Rulani Mokwena told Velile Mnyandu that they will be targeting a defender.
With CAF Champions League registration closing this weekend, it has been reported that Sundowns have brought in Maritzburg United’s Rushine De Reuck, however it has not been confirmed by the club yet.