Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr has challenged his players to score the few chances that come their way if they are to retain the domestic title.
K’Ogalo warmed up for their Caf Confederation Cup tie against South African side SuperSport United with a slim 1-0 victory over Vihiga United on Saturday.
Despite picking all the three points in Kisumu, Kerr was concerned by the many missed opportunities that were blown away by his players.
“We had played to our plan...and to be honest, we have to be more serious in training because it's (poor finishing) hurting me and the K'Ogalo fans, but we created (many chances) and that's amazing,” Kerr told Goal.
Overall, Kerr is pleased by the talents of most of his player, his only concern is that some of these players have no idea of what they are capable of doing on the pitch.
“My pleasure is knowing the potential we have. My frustration is the players not knowing the potential they have.”
Gor Mahia are top of the league with 19 points.