Kaizer Chiefs management and technical team have have sent a must read warning to Pirates, Sundowns, Wits, Cape Town City and other title rivals.

Bobby Motaung said the the Management is satisfied with the club’s activity in the transfer market but are still in the hunt for a top quality striker to bolster their attack.

Amakhosi appear so satisfied with their squad and signings that they released a press release to that effect on Friday.

Amakhosi’s football manger Bobby Motaung insisted he was satisfied with Chiefs’ transfer window activity‚ which has met with skepticism from the club’s supporters‚ especially with coach Steve Komphela’s team starting 2017-18 with no win in four matches.

Motaung said that the club are still lining up a free agent striker to sign outside the transfer window.

“Our search for a formidable striker does not end with the window period closure – we will cast our net far and wide and will not stop searching until we find our man‚” Motaung was quoted as saying.

While Amakhosi’s trophy-hungry supporters vented frustrations on social media on Thursday‚ as Chiefs made no appearance at the PSL’s offices in Parktown‚ at what they perceive as the club’s lack of ambition in the transfer market‚ Motaung moved to allay their fears.

The club official responsible for player signings said the acquisitions that Chiefs have made so far will help the club “compete fiercely in the 2017/18 season to build on the tradition of winning silverware the club has enjoyed over the years”.

“We have been listening to our supporters and we hear their voices. We acknowledge their role and need to know that we are united in this battle of bringing the glory days back‚” Motaung added.

Amakhosi did not sign a striker in this transfer window‚ having brought in defenders Philani Zulu from Maritzburg United and Teenage Hadebe from Zimbabwe’s Chicken Inn.

Attacking midfielders Bongolwethu Jayiya joined from Cape Town City and Dumisani Zuma from Bloemfontein Celtic

Chiefs also announced the promotion of four players from their development ranks during the off-season.

Goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma and three midfielders – Khotso Malope‚ Wiseman Meyiwa and Nkosingiphile Ngcobo – have been officially incorporated into the senior team.

Bobby went on to warn other PSL clubs of what is to come this season.

”We want the so called big teams in the PLS (Pirates, Sundowns, Wits, Cape Town City and others) to prepare for us because we are coming to take what is rightly ours. It’s ok to judge us even before we start but at the end of the season, we will bring trophies home for the fans,” bragged Bobby.