Abdul Rahman warns his players not to be too complacent

PKNS FC head coach, Haji Abdul Rahman Ibrahim, has warned his players not to be too complacent with where they are, after beating Pahang 3-1 away from home
While Haji Abdul Rahman Ibrahim admitted that his players were excellent in breaking Pahang's undefeated record at home, the PKNS FC head coach still believes there is a long way to go in the Malaysian Super League.

Speaking to Sinar Harian, Abdul Rahman said: "A few mistakes were made by Pahang and that gave us the advantage.

"It can't be denied that we did really well, but there is still a lot to do, and we need to fix a lot of things.

"I am satisfied with our players who managed to win despite playing with 10 men."

The Red Ants' goals came from a brace by Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh and a strike from Nizad Ayub, and the win is enough to move them into 5th spot with 14 points, separated from Pahang only by goal difference.

When asked about their preparations for the Perak clash, Abdul Rahman has some plans up ahead.

"We might have to play some friendly matches, but we have not decided with whom yet," he said.