"It's going to be hard and the game against Cape Town City [on Wednesday] is going to be the same as the one against Wits," noted Mosimane.
"It's the same for Wits because they also have Cape Town City and [Orlando] Pirates.
"It's a race and you should not be emotional about it. It's like the race of Liverpool and Manchester City [in the English Premiership]. You got to keep calm and cool because it's a long way to go."
With three league titles since joining the Tshwane side in 2012, Mosimane is banking on his experience to help get his charges over the line.
"Yeah, of course. You saw what happened [against Wits, playing with 10 men]. This is a Champions League team and have been there for five years," stated the former SuperSport United mentor.
Mosimane, meanwhile, believes their goalscorer against Wits, Phakamani Mahlambi, is still a rough diamond and is working on getting him better. "Hey I have a lot of work to with Phaka. He's raw, raw, raw! We are starting to coach him how to play football for the club," said Mosimane, who wants Mahlambi to improve his general play and finishing.