The 2009 Kenyan Premier League champions Sofapaka has not been performing as expected this season despite making several good signings.
That poor run contributed to the exit of Ugandan Sam Ssimbwa who cited sabotage from players as the reason why he had to leave.
Things have not changed since John Baraza took over, with Sofapaka managing to collect only two points from the last three matches.
Club's President Elly Kalekwa has, however, rubbished reports linking the club with the new coach.
“No, we are not hiring any coach until the end of the season. That is when we shall assess everything before making our decision.
"We have been playing well, that I must admit. Results have not been going our way, but things are bound to change."
Sofapaka fell by a solitary goal to league debutantes Wazito on Sunday.