Stuart Baxter looking for culture reset at Kaizer Chiefs

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Stuart Baxter has revealed what is currently lacking at Kaizer Chiefs after his side extended their winless run to four matches in the DStv Premiership.

Chiefs remain in the bottom half of the league standings in the South African top-flight after playing out a 1-1 draw with AmaZulu in Durban over the weekend.

Baxter's side have now won just one of their opening six matches of the domestic campaign, while they also suffered an early elimination from the MTN8 at the hands of Mamelodi Sundowns.

However, the 68-year-old is not overly concerned by his side's struggles for form at present and stressed that he is more focused on developing a new culture and on-field identity at Naturena in order to improve results. 

"In the bigger scheme of things, it's very early to look at the table," Baxter said. "The teams at the top, we probably have to play all of them, so if we can take the points of them then we can close that gap

"It is just really important for us, as supporters, staff, players, to look at putting back together a culture around the team, putting back together a team that has an identity and a way of playing. 

"We've got to understand our performances, and the individual performances, when they get better, then we will get that [extra] 10%. If we get that 10%, I promise you, we will be difficult to beat."

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