Cape Town - Keagan Dolly admits Mamelodi Sundowns won't take AC Leopards lightly in the second-leg of the first round CAF African Champions league fixture this weekend.
The South African Under-23 captain who's has been instrumental in the Brazilians impressive campaign so far believes they need to avoid complacency when they travel to Congo, despite holding a two goal lead going into the fixture.
However, the diminutive winger insists they have the quality to progress to the second round and that they will be looking to put in a good performance to boost morale for their title chase as their domestic season draws to a close.
"Going to Congo will be a real test of character considering the back to back matches that we have had recently. Leopards have the quality and experience to come back but I am quite confident that we can match them in all areas," Dolly told CAF's official website.
"A positive win against such a club will be a big confidence booster in such a tough competition."
Dolly has impressed in his first season with the Tshwane based outfit scoring six goals and registering seven assists in 27 games across all competitions.