AmaZulu coach Craig Rosslee says players are enjoying the environment of hovering at the top of the table instead of the other end of the table.
Ususthu have started the year brightly, winning two of their four games already this season while the other two ended in a draw which leaves them unbeaten in 2014. The Durban-based outfit are third on the log with 28 points after 19 matches.
“I am happy they way we started the second-round of the season. We started the year with tough fixtures against Orlando Pirates at home and Supersport United away, but we managed to achieve our target so far, we collected eight points out of possible twelve which is great for us,” said Rosslee.
“This season things are going our way and players are enjoying every moment of being around the top of the log and not fighting relegation the way we did last season. We will continue fighting till the end and see where we end up,” the former Ajax Cape Town coach added.
AmaZulu are one of the teams who have no fixture to honour when other teams contest in the league midweek, but they will welcome Bidvest Wits at home Saturday, a team that is just three points behind them and played four games less.