Nyasa Big Bullets coach Kalisto Pasuwa is on the verge of winning a fourth trophy in Malawi this season.
The 52-year-old former Dynamos coach recently sealed his fourth straight TNM Super League championship title.
Nyasa Big Bullets have also won the Charity Shield and FDH Bank Cup, and are on course to retain the Airtel Cup.
The Blantyre-based club has one foot in the semi-final via a 7-0 quarter-final, first-leg win last weekend.
The deeply religious former Warriors and Young Warriors coach has attributed his success to divine guidance.
Speaking in an interview with The Sunday Mail, Pasuwa said that they are now focused on trying to win a fourth trophy this season. He said:
Last season, we won the Charity Shield, Top 8 and the league also. So far, we have won the Charity Shield, FDH Cup (the biggest Cup in Malawi) and the league, so, I guess we have already won the treble and going for the fourth one, and that is where the focus is on before we can get time to celebrate.