Consistency has eluded Wits in defence of their PSL title this season as they have collected just nine points from their 11 league matches despite reaching the TKO final.
“The coach believes in me and I am starting to believe in myself. My confidence is high up and I am finally contributing something. As a player, you want to do well in every game regardless of how the team is doing," Pule told the media.
The QwaQwa-born player has used the opportunity to finally stake his claim after playing second fiddle to the likes of Daine Klate over the last few seasons.
"You can’t drop your head, you have to keep going. When I am on the pitch, I want to give my all," Pule said.
As much as they are trying hard to transcend their cup run into their thus far dreadful league campaign, Pule believes they need to try harder and put in more effort.
“When you’ve won the league, every team that comes up against you wants to fight you, but we owe it to ourselves to put in more of an effort," he added.
"Yes, we are trying, but I think we can try harder so that we can come out of it. I can’t really tell you what is wrong, but I believe we will fight until we get out of that situation," Pule concluded.