AmaZulu general manager Lunga Sokhela is concerned by the inconsistency of the team and has already addressed this within the club to make sure it does not happen next season.
Sokhela was asked about his assessment of the club, especially in the second round of the season, and he was very clear on his thoughts.
"We've been disappointing this round," he admitted. "It's funny how we managed to beat teams that are in the title race but couldn't win against those who are in a relegation battle. The lack of consistency cost us this round.
"Going forward it's important to win all our remaining matches so we can finish strong and see how we end up on the log. I believe getting all points can really make up for all the challenges we had from January."
Sokhela was then asked about whether the club is already looking at next season, and should changes be expected at Usuthu for the new campaign due to pressure from the supporters.
"We already began talks with the coach about next season, we are working on that and we will make announcements," he explained.
"But I want to emphasise that pressure it always there in football, from sponsors to the supporters, and coach Cavin Johnson understands that hence next season we have to do better things in terms of consistency."