The midfielder wants to go all the way in the competition next season after reaching the FA Cup final last term.
Pahang midfielder Azamuddin Akil says the target this season is for the club to reach the Malaysian Cup final, Goal.com report.
The Elephants came close to a major final last term as they reached the semi-final stage of the FA Cup only to be beaten on away goals by Johor Darul Takzim in May despite winning 2-1 in the second leg following a 1-0 loss in the first.
It has been 11 years since Pahang last won the Malaysia Cup when they beat Kedah and Akil now wants his team-mates to pull together to ensure they make it to the competition’s showpiece in October, which the 28-year-old feels will be a monumental achievement for the club.
“Our target is to go all the way to the finals,” he said.
“We know it’s hard, but with the commitment of all the players, we can achieve our goals.
“We do not want to look back and we cannot wait to start playing in the [Malaysia Cup].”
Pahang enjoyed a solid season in the Malaysian Super League as they finished fifth and narrowly missed out on AFC Cup qualification.