Highlands can also look forward to the MTN8‚ where they will face Ndoro’s former side Orlando Pirates in the semifinals on the weekend of August 17-18.
It is a maiden appearance for the team in the competition and a chance for them to earn a first major piece of silverware in their current guise.
"It is a chance to win a first cup for the club and any player wants to play in these type of tournaments‚” he said.
“It is an achievement for the club to have reached the MTN8‚ but we have to make sure we are not just there to be seen‚ we have to compete and win it.
"When you win the first one‚ the second one will be easier. We have to go for it.”
Highlands unveiled their new signings on Wednesday‚ which includes Ramagalela‚ goalkeeper Thela Ngobeni‚ defenders Limbikani Mzava‚ Marks Munyai and Wayde Jooste‚ and midfielder Makhehleni Makhaula.
"We are excited to have such quality around us and we are definitely ready for the new season‚" he warned.
Highlands start their Absa Premiership campaign at home to Kaizer Chiefs on August 4.