SuperSport United goalkeeper Ricardo Goss says it’s only a matter of time before his side start to rediscover their form.

Matsatsantsa have endured a torrid run of results, with their quest for a second-placed finish appearing to be slipping away.

The club are without a league win in eight games and were eager to secure all three points at home against Polokwane City on Wednesday but were held to a 1-1 draw.

Goss was sent off in the tie on 29 minutes for a dangerous tackle on Simon Ramabu, with striker Bradley Grobler sacrificed as Washington Arubi took up between the poles.

Rise and Shine then took the lead at the Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium on 56 minutes before Etiosa Ighodaro rescued a point with his goal on 68 minutes.

The result left SuperSport in fifth place on the league standings, with 35 points from 23 games – some five points adrift of second-placed Stellenbosch.

Goss said in the Citizen: “We are working hard and I am sure it is going to fall for us. 

“Even in these games, if you watch, we created more chances than our opponent, we have just been unlucky and need to keep working hard. 

“Even Liverpool and Arsenal lost this weekend, we just need to work hard and try to defend better as a group.”

The goalkeeper added: “We have good, exciting youngsters and the future is bright for them and for the team as well.

“They just need a little bit of guidance here and there but they have good quality.”