Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila coach Moma Medic believes his team has shown their inexperience in the Absa Premiership Promotional playoffs.
TTM as the Polokwane outfit is affectionately known as have lost both of their opening playoff games and Medic believes his team's 'best' is not 'good enough' at the moment.
"Maritzburg showed us their experience and what it means to be playing in the premiership. It's good school [lessons] for us." Medic said.
"I cannot fault my players, they tried their best. Maybe our best is not good enough for the premier league in this moment. Like I said, this is a good school for us for the next season.
"Next season we will fight for a place in the premier league during the regular season and not in the play-offs."
TTM are yet to find the back of the net in 180 minutes of playoff football so far and Medic has identified their attack as the biggest problem at this stage.
"That is a big concern and it's our biggest problem actually. I cannot complain too much about other things. We are playing good football but we are just not scoring the goals."