Highlands Park midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane is hoping to be the difference when his new club goes head to head against his former SuperSport United in the anticipated MTN8 final on Saturday, October 5.
Letsholonyane signed with Highlands Park on a free transfer in September after his contract with SuperSport wasn't going to be renewed further.
The 37-year-old will hope for more honours at the weekend which he will add to two league titles, two MTN8 trophies, one Telkom Knockout and one Nedbank Cup title; all which he accumulated when he was plying his trade for Kaizer Chiefs and SSU respectively.
Letsholonyane told the IOL website: "When I decide to retire, that's when you'll know that there’s no passion to play football anymore.
"I would still want to be involved in football but in other capacities, the passion of playing would not be the same as it is.
"So, for as long as I am playing, I want to win - I think I was born a winner."
The MTN8 final is set to kick off at 18:00 (CAT) at the Orlando Stadium.