Thika United head coach James Nandwa is keen on avoiding last season's struggles in the Kenyan Premier League.
The milkmen started the season on a low tone and had to bounce back late to ensure they do not get relegated. Despite early scare of where they will play this season, Nandwa insists he is ready to compete with the best in the league.
"We are okay, the preparations have been good despite the fact that we did not know our fate. The players are young and eager to learn, so we have a good blend of experience and talent. This time round we want to avoid what happened last season, no struggles again, and preparations are the key thing," he told Goal.
Thika United finished at position 12 with 34 points last season.