He told Botswana’s Monitor Sport that the rich vein of form does not mean the club is on the spot.
“Without underestimating the other sides, I think chances are there, taking into consideration that Kaizer Chiefs are out.”
Bright dismissed criticism that his side is not playing beautiful football; with critics saying Santos play kick-and-hope football.
“People do not understand our play. We minimise our short passes. If we were like they are saying, we would not be winning,” he added.
Referring to the 3-1 Cup victory over Moroka Swallows, on Friday night, Bright said that in the opening half, they anticipated that Swallows would come strongly at them, hence their defensive approach.
“That is why we used Musa Otieno in the midfield. In the second half, we changed and introduced Romano Scott,” he said.