Under-fire Golden Arrows coach Mabhuti Khenyeza says he still has the backing of the owners despite the club’s poor run of form, which has seen them lose 10 matches in a row. 
Abafana Bes’thende suffered a 1-0 league loss to Sekhukhune United at Mpumalanga Stadium on Wednesday to continue their winless run.
Babina Noko secured the three points through Elias Mokwana’s 90th minute effort.
Arrows are yet to register a win in the DSTV Premiership since October when they defeated Kaizer Chiefs 2-1 in Hammarsdale. Former co-coach Vusumuzi Vilakazi left the club during October and results have dried up since his unceremonious departure.
Khenyeza believes the players’ failure to convert opportunities has been their downfall during this barren run.
“I don’t know what is happening. At the end of the day, luck is for everyone, it might be gone from us. What frustrates me is that, not because of the team doesn’t play, we created great chances, and you need to have that killer instinct.
“(when you miss opportunities), the opposition lives in hope and that is what happened here. I don’t think it’s luck, it’s a responsibility that we need to take because if we talk about luck, we must take responsibility.
“I think many of you can testify that we are making many mistakes, we put them under pressure, we play with speed up front, but we are failing, and teams should have been dead in the first half, if we convert them,” said Khenyeza to the media.
Arrows will face Chiefs at FNB Stadium next week Tuesday. Khenyeza says he is still backed by the management and players alike.
“It’s a big support, i have never had a negative element and all the time they are supportive,” noted Khenyeza.