Their next match is against Baroka on February 1. This is after their Saturday game against Bidvest Wits was postponed due to the Clever Boys' participation in the CAF Confederation Cup.
"I resigned seven times this week," Da Gama said, referring to the rumours. "Some people are assuming things. I am still committed to the cause of the team and I am willing to fight for this team.
"We've been through a rough patch but I can tell you that we'll turn it around. Fortunately, our game against Wits was postponed so we have two weeks to rectify our mistakes and I am positive we will use that time very well."
Da Gama also has his fingers crossed that the short hiatus will help them reintegrate players who are returning from injuries into the setup, the likes of Makhehleni Makhaula, Ryan Rae and Given Msimango, among others.