Harare City head coach Philani Ncube says focus is on winning the Castle Challenge Cup despite the setback of being relegated from the Premier Soccer League.

Their dance in the domestic premiership painfully ended after a last gasp victory over How Mine was not enough to save Harare City’s premiership status.

They may be headed for division one next season but focus is on the battle against FC Platinum in the Castle Challenge Cup slated for Mandava Stadium in Zvishavane tomorrow.

Harare City earned the right to compete in tomorrow’s encounter after claiming the Chibuku Super Cup.

The Sunshine Boys head coach Ncube sees nothing wrong with competing on the African Safari with the club’s administration having hinted their desire to compete in the CAF Confederation Cup even if relegated.

The Castle Challenge Cup features winners of the domestic league and victors of the Chibuku Super Cup.

While Harare City will be looking to upset FC Platinum in their own back yard, the platinum miners are searching for a double after being crowned 2017 PSL champions.