“There are four‚ five‚ six teams in the same position‚ so for us‚ it is about bouncing back from this‚” Larsen added.
“We’ve played a very good Wits team and we have to make sure after the weekend’s cup game against Chiefs that we focus on our last four league games.
“For me I think one more win and a draw does the trick.
“But we’ve got to get it.
“It’s easy saying it but I believe the fighting spirit here will allow us to do so.”
Chippa next host Kaizer Chiefs in the semifinals of the Nedbank Cup before resuming their league campaign away to champions Mamelodi Sundowns in Pretoria on Tuesday April 23.
They then host Cape Town City just three days later at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
Their last two league games are against Polokwane City (away) and Chiefs (home).