It's the Premier Soccer League title or bust for Benni McCarthy and Cape Town City.
The club is getting ready to kick off the fourth campaign of their existence, so the ambition is admirable.
They certainly have the belief and have been encouraged by winning trophies in two of those seasons.
The Telkom Knockout and MTN8 are solid trophies, four matches for the TKO and three for the MTN8 if you finish in the top eight of the league in the previous season.
The Nedbank Cup, which is a five-round competition, has proved out of their reach.
And winning the league, though, is a marathon of 30 matches, 15 at home and 15 away.
It's not an easy achievement even for clubs like Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and Wits.
So what gives City the ballas to come out and say they are going for the league now?
This creates anticipation and pressure.
And the question is whether the club have the resources to pull it off without being crushed under the weight of their expectations?
Let’s look at those resources, the playing squad.
In Benni’s three years in charge, there has been a pretty heavy turnover.
Many seasoned stars are gone, with Kwanda Mngonyama, Judas Moseamedi, Mpho Matsi, Matty Rusike all leaving the club.
Teko Modise has retired and Ayanda Patosi is unavailable due to a season-long loan.
Those players all have vast experience and expertise which is lost to Benni and team now.
The coach now has a squad full of young players and fewer bodies.
No doubt, these players have ability, but over the course of the season, will they have the legs and consistency to last the race?
Let’s start in the backline, where Benni has already pointed out that he might be sort of depth and experience, because goalkeepers Peter Leeuwenburgh and Sage Roberts are both quite safe inbetween the sticks.
With stalwart Taariq Fielies battling his way back to full fitness, the defensive burden will fall on Keanu Cupido, Kouadja Kouassi and Keith Groenewald.
At 24-years old Kouassi is the senior man by three years on Cupido, who made his debut last season and has five years on Groenewald.
Cupido was impressive last term and was used by Benni to fill in at rightback at times, but he will have to stand firm in the centre now until Fielies is back or City bring in someone with experience.
Groenewald, who was lured back from Belgium’s Standard Liege, has had a full pre-season to adjust to the PSL game.
Who knows, maybe the coach turns to his “Sergio Ramos” in Edmilson Dove and convert the leftback to a central defender for some of his games.
But Benni knows what he needs.
Midfield will feel the effect to Teko’s absence, his quality to dictate the pace of the game and the range and efficiency of his passing will boost any PSL side.
Options this season will have to be at their best to emulate the Navigator.
Thato Mokeke has shown he has that in his locker and youngsters Zukile Kewuti and Shane Roberts both impressed when given chances last season. But with midfielders Roland Putsche and Thabo Nodada, City are a match for any team in the league if they can stay fit.
Upfront is maar where it all falls flat, with goals scored being what irritates Benni the most.
There are moerse klomp options, spearheaded by Kermit Erasmus and Siphelele "Shaka" Mthembu.