The two giants of South African football will lock horns at the iconic FNB Stadium in the first Soweto Derby of the season.
"We don't need motivation because playing in the Soweto Derby is a motivation on its own," Jele told the media on Wednesday.
Jele, who has been on the books of Pirates since 2006, will be making his 23rd appearance in the Soweto Derby which is arguably the biggest football match in the country.
The 31-year-old defender believes that they will emerge victorious over Amakhosi if they implement what they have been doing at training under Serbian coach Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevic.
"All we need to do is implement what we have been doing at training. Collecting maximum points is all we need on Saturday," he continued.
Pirates have the edge over Chiefs heading into this weekend's clash as they beat their rivals 3-1 in their last meeting between the two teams in March 2018.
The Buccaneers are also undefeated in their last seven matches in all competitions, while Amakhosi have recorded a win (on penalties) in the Telkom Knockout and a defeat in their last two games.
"For us, it is better to focus on ourselves. I don't know if Kaizer Chiefs are the underdogs or not," he stressed.
"We have been doing a lot of work behind the scenes. They guys are motivated ahead of the match," Jele concluded.