Kaizer Chiefs winger Joseph Molangoane believes the club have to redouble their efforts next season after failing to win silverware in 2016/17.
Molangoane had a fairly productive campaign for the Glamour Boys as he scored three goals in 14 league appearances, and he netted one in the Nedbank Cup as well.
However, he did miss some key chances during the title run-in which may have lost Chiefs the momentum they may have needed to compete until the final day.
Nonetheless, the 29-year-old takes the view that the club as a whole must improve in time for 2017/18.
He told Amakhosi’s official website, “We created a lot of chances this season, but we didn’t convert enough of those chances. That cost us.
“We, as technical staff and players, must go back to the drawing board, as we definitely want to win trophies next season. The coach can only do so much. In the end, it’s the players who have to do the job on the pitch.”