Mosimane became just the second manager, after the legendary Frenchman to clinch two consecutive Club World Cup medals.
Speaking after his side's impressive 4-0 victory over Asian champions Al Hilal, Mosimane spoke glowingly on his side's accomplishment.
"The bronze medal means a lot to us," Mosimane said. "We didn't improve our position from last year, but I am happy and the fans are happy. We worked and fought hard.
"It was a difficult match for the opponent after the two red cards to their players, but before they were sent off, we were strong and scored a goal when they were complete.
"The positive thing is that we played against all circumstances. We came here with a lot of absences and injuries, such as Mohamed El-Shennawy, Percy Tau, and Akram Tawfik, but we showed a great spirit.
"I am not happy despite winning the bronze medal. I wanted one of a different colour this time, but after all, we made a huge achievement to Al Ahly and Egypt.
"For me, this year's medal is better than last season's," Mosimane concluded.