Omollo, who joined the flowermen after being sacked by reigning champions Tusker FC, maintains they have been working hard to avoid the chop
Omollo, who joined the flowermen three weeks after being sacked by reigning champions Tusker FC, maintains the team has been working day and night to ensure that they feature in next year' top flight league.
''When I joined this team, my aim was to help them survive relegation. You all know how they have been struggling and though it is not an easy task, that still remains my priority," Omollo told Goal.com Kenya.
''With seven games to play for there is nothing impossible. My team knows exactly that and this will be our focus when we face Chemelil on Sunday."
The Naivasha based side travels to Chemelil to face the sugar millers and Omollo believes that the match is key to them as the others that are yet to be played.
''Chemelil is one strong side and we know their strengths but our position dictates that we get maximum points. This is our goal and we will be aiming for it."
The flower men are still rooted at the bottom of the log with just 19 points from as many games and they have to win at least five of the remaining fixtures to be guaranteed survival.
Rangers lie above them with a point more while 14th placed Muhoroni and 13th placed Nairobi City Stars all on 23 points each.