Kariobangi Sharks left it late to stun their hosts Thika United by a solitary goal in a Kenyan Premier League match played on Saturday.
A Francis Manoah 80th minute strike was all the William Muluya led side needed to extend the milkmen's winless run to seven games.
The tactician is happy with the way his charges played despite the harsh conditions. "It was not an easy match at all, the pitch made it hard for the players and as a result we did not play our game.
"However our resilience paid off, at the end we bagged maximum points, that is what matters most. It is a timely boost for my players.
"Well, consistency is what we are aiming at, because definitely we want to do better than last year," Muluya told Goal.
The result puts Sharks in the fourth position with twelve points from seven games.