BLACK Rhinos vice-captain, Tatenda Mchisa, believes they are motivated enough to beat Chicken Inn in a Chibuku Super Cup quarter-final tie at Luveve.
The army side beat Manica Diamonds in their last league encounter on Sunday.
Last year, they reached the semi-finals of the same tournament.
“I think, as a team, we are doing everything right but it was just a phase we had to go through as a team and we just need to keep on pushing.
“I believe it’s the right time to keep the momentum and make sure we maintain the winning mentality when we face Chicken Inn on Saturday.
“There’s still more work to be done, we have to keep pushing as a team and try to grind results.”
“Obviously, we want to register more wins in the remaining games this season and the upcoming game against Chicken Inn, in the Chibuku Cup, gives us a chance to push ourselves to the limit.
“We will work hard to make sure we have a water-tight defence that won’t give them a chance to penetrate us.
“Playing Cup games is a bit different compared to league games but I believe the objective for us remains the same – to win as many games as we can and see what happens.”