Skipper Paulus Masehe spoke to the press ahead of facing Kaizer Chiefs in the Nedbank Cup semi-final this coming weekend.
Stars overcame Super Eagles, Chippa United and Ubuntu Cape Town and while Masehe know the challenge they face against the Amakhosi, he is gunning for a positive result.
He said: “We will try and fight with everything against Chiefs so we can be able to reach the final. It will not be easy but as much as they want it we are also hungry for it as well.”
Reflecting on recent wins in the competition, the Captain added: “The level of commitment, consistency, team spirit, discipline and humility has played a major role. Even when we were getting those results we tried by all means to remain level headed and I think that helped us a lot.”
Masehe, who remembers vividly when the class of 1994 passed his village with an open bus celebrating the Coca-Cola victory, added what it would mean for the club to go all the way in the competition.
“It will be fair for this generation of players who did so well this season to at least achieve something and leave a legacy.
“It was a good moment for me and I also want to leave by emulating the class of 1994.
“This team has been part of my life and it will only be fair to at least win something before I hang up my boots and rewrite the history books of the club.”