The Croat who beat Thika United's John Kamau Irungu and Mathare's Stanley Okumbi to the title on Wednesday night revealed that he is always driven by the factor to be ‘the best.’
“As a coach I have learned to dwell on the grey areas and where I don't go right. After every game I take two to three days to review my performance and that of the team,” he told Goal.com.
“What matters to me most is the team's weaknesses and what we have failed to achieve. This helps me improve. I do not dwell on the accomplishments but rather what we need to improve on and what we intend to achieve.”
The 50 year-old tactician said that he was elated to have been feted as Kenya's best tactician in his debut season.
“For Kenyans to say that a mzungu (white) like myself is the best in their own country is just humbling. I am elated.”
Under Logarusic, Gor Mahia won a double - KPL Top eight crown and FKF Cup-and missed the premiership trophy by a whisker settling for the runners-up spot.
However, Logarusic remained tight lipped on his future with the club insisting that his priority at the moment is to enjoy his holiday. He jets out for Croatia on Sunday.