Chicken Inn coach Joey “Mafero” Antipas wants his charges to keep their eyes on the ball.
The Gamecocks host ZPC Kariba this weekend.
Antipas’ troops are enjoying a purple patch as they have won four out of their five league matches.
They are tied on 12 points with Manica Diamonds.
“The preparations are going on well, it’s unfortunate that we have a few injury concerns, but they are not that serious.
“I think by Friday, we will be in a better position to know who is not available.
“I’m very pleased with how the boys have been performing of late, everyone is showing some hunger, they are all pushing for more and it’s very encouraging to watch.
“I can’t complain with any department so far, we are looking sharp in every position, I think the additions, which we made, were on point.”
He hailed the club’s hitman, Brian Muza, for his three goals, in five assignments.
“He is a marvel to watch, he’s very aggressive, a speedy striker and if you give him half a chance, he makes use of it.
“He just needs to avoid being carried away, he can go a long way.
“I believe he has more to offer, if he keeps a cool head, overall, credit should also go to the rest of the team, they are playing collective football.”
Antipas challenged his troops to treat each game with respect.
“What has happened in our previous games is now history, we are now focusing on the present, we don’t stay stuck in history.
“We need to treat our game against ZPC Kariba with a positive mindset at this point we don’t need to underrate anyone,” said Antipas.