Vilakazi said the Nedbank Cup provides them with a chance to win silverware this season.
“It has been a drought for us and this is not good for a big team like ours,” he said.
Vilakazi spoke after the last 16 draw was conducted at Carlton Centre as they were draw against varsity rivals in University of Pretoria.
The enterprising midfielder player said his team are not going to underestimate Tuks.
“Cup games are not easy and they always remain unpredictable,” he said.
“Tuks are a good side and we will be going out there with full knowledge that they are a good team.”
Vilakazi’s Wits’ have been blowing hot and cold this season and the Nedbank Cup is one trophy which provides them with a chance to win a cup this season.
The team is also campaigning in the Caf Confederation Cup and this weekend they travel to Swaziland for the return leg of the preliminary round.
Asked if this hectic schedule would catch up with them, the player said it is important they tackle one game at a time.
“That’s what we need to do,” he said.
“We cannot afford to have our focus divided.”
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