Highlanders coach Madinda Ndlovu believes his charges can win the title in 2019 after finishing in the 5th position in the previous campaign.
Bosso had a youthful squad which saw a number of junior players promoted from the developmental sides. As they prepare for the next season, the Bulawayo giants have made some additions, bringing in the likes of Prince Dube, Bukhosi Sibanda and Nqobizitha Masuku.
And Madinda has now set his sight on winning the championship.
“It is a matter of time. They are well-oiled to grab that championship,” the coach told NewsDay in an interview.
“It can happen next season. If they improved by three positions and they do that again, it is going to be the second position and that would be commendable. Anything is possible. We are looking forward to getting better than this past season and not worse.”
Ndlovu rejoined the club as coach at the beginning of last season and is embarking on a three-year project aimed at rejuvenating Highlanders’ once vibrant junior policy.