AmaZulu are supposed to be hoping to reinforce their crew with TWO additional signings before the PSL move window shut in September.
Usuthu were held to a goalless draw by TS Galaxy in their most memorable match of the time on Sunday at Bidvest Stadium.
Truter said he'll advance to the club's board the names of the players he wishes to target.
AMAZULU TO MAKE MORE SIGNINGS
"A couple. A couple of more," Truter said according to Idiski Times.
"We'll see, however the club will make declarations about that. As a mentor, I can suggest at the end of the day, it needs to get supported by a board."
Truter was happy by the exhibitions of the new signings for AmaZulu.
"I understand what I can get from Gaba (Mhango), George (Maluleka) has shown today his experience, while the going got extreme in the midfield, we maintained a reasonable level of control in there too," Truter said.
"(Thendo) Mukumela had somewhat of a rite of passage with Linda Mbatha, yet it came around there. too. Yet, it's initial days, it's his most memorable game in the PSL too, he's a quality player, so everyone will improve.
"Like I said, presently we actually have (Thembela) Sikhakhane on the seat, we have (Mbongiseni) Gumede who can play at right back, and we could have a couple of new increases to the crew looking forward.
"However, it's a quality crew. It's the primary game, nerves, butterflies, perhaps not beginning right intellectually also. There's quite a lot more that we can give, thus much better that we can do today."
Gabadinho Mhango - Photo: Twitter @AmaZuluFootball
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