Be Forward Wanderers captain Francis Mulimbika is unfazed by the fixture congestion at Wanderers as he focuses on a successful end to the season.
The Nomads take on Blantyre United on Thursday in the TNM Super League before playing Red Lions on Sunday.
The Nomads also played Azam Tigers on Sunday, meaning playing three games in seven days.
On 15-16 July, Wanderers will be in the central region to take on Civil Sporting Club and Masters Security.
They will only rest for three days before taking on Fish Eagles in the Carlsberg Cup at the Balaka Stadium on 19th July.
Mulimbika hopes Wanderers continue to have a host of fixtures to slot in, including in the Carlsberg Cup, which they were paired against Fish Eagles of Mzuzu.
“We have the squad to play in all the competitions,” Mulimbika said.
“We want to win trophies. Now we have three objectives. This is the next one, to carry on in the cups and League matches.
“We want to win every trophy after missing out in the Airtel Cup. It’s an objective and we’re going to sacrifice any competition.”