Despite being denied three points by Berekum Chelsea and Hearts of Oak, Dreams FC coach Abdul Karim Zito says his side are yet to be outshone by any opponents after matchday four of the Ghana Premier League.
Back in the elite division after a season in the second tier, Still Believe held the Blues to a 1-1 draw in week two, before falling 1-0 to the Phobians on Sunday.
Interestingly, Zito rates his men above all.
“The momentum [of the league] is very high," he told his club's official website.
"Everybody is looking to grab some points in the early days because of the belief that the league is actually played in the first round.
"So if you do not acquire enough points at this stage and you find yourself at the bottom, it [will be] horrible.
“[But] I’m yet to meet a team that has shocked me because in all the four matches we have played, none of the teams have really managed to outclass my boys.
“We are working hard on the creativity part of the players and after the fifth round, the goals will surely [come]."
Dreams opened their campaign with a 1-0 home triumph over Elmina Sharks and also beat Wa All Stars by same slim margin on matchday three.
The Dawu-based side sit fifth on the table ahead of the clash with newly-promoted Karela FC.