“We are still among the league title contenders and we are still in the Nedbank Cup contention, so I’m optimistic that we still have a chance to win something in this season,” Mphahlele told Vodacom Soccer.
The Soweto giants are yet to taste defeat since they went down 3-1 to Chippa United at the start of December 2016.
Chiefs are coming off a hard-fought 2-1 win over Mamelodi Sundowns in their last PSL clash last week Saturday which revived their league title aspirations.
“Look, this is my first season with Chiefs, and I cannot hide the fact that I would be a very happy man to win a silverware in my first season with the team,” he said.
Furthermore, Mphahlele is happy to have established himself as a regular start ahead of amongst others Kgotso Moleko at Chiefs.
“I’m happy that I have settled well since I joined the team before the beginning of the season, and I’m now amongst the team’s regular players,” Mphahlele concluded.