Soweto giants Orlando Pirates got off to the best possible start when they won their opening match in the DStv Premiership this past weekend.
The Bucaneers have reiterated that they are ready to challenge for honours this season.
They will be bolstered by the reported return Of star player Vincent Pule.
Pule was a victim of a hijacking incident In Johannesburg which left him traumatized.
It is reported that the incident left him traumatized and he is recovering from it.
He was a notable absentee when the Bucs dispatched Swallows 1-0 in a league match at the weekend.
Pule, who missed the better part of the previous campaign owing to injury, made a comeback towards the end of the season with an appearance as a substitute in the CAF Confederation Cup match against Al Ahli Tripoli and was expected to be available for the season start.
He is set for a major return and this could be good news for the Bucaneers.
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