Chiefs have notched up a three-game winning run, claiming the scalps of AmaZulu, Cape Town City and Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila in their last three league matches.
This has catapulted Amakhosi from 14th position to seventh on the current DStv Premiership standings, with 16 points from 12 rounds of fixtures thus far.
Defender Philani Zulu has since reflected on the team's resurgence and stressed that their focus is on the coming games rather than looking back at their poor start to the campaign.
"Winning all three games in a row really feels good. Looking at how we started off the season, compared to now, there's a big difference," Zulu told Chiefs' media team.
"We were at the bottom of the log, in the relegation zone, but [after] winning these three games we've moved up the table.
"It just goes to show the hard work and effort put in by the whole team has really paid off, and we're looking forward to carrying on with the momentum and winning as much games as we can.
"It feels good even amongst the players, even at training, the spirit is high and we don't want to look back."