The 15-times Kenyan Premier League champions started the 2017 silverware quest on a high, downing promoted Kariobangi Sharks 3-1. The Brazilian says he will not underrate his opponents despite the fact that they have just been promoted.
"After a few disappointments last season, strong start was inevitable and we had to do our best to ensure we start well. Definitely I am happy with our high flying start against a good side.
"We want to keep our record intact when we play this weekend, Zoo lost their opening match and will definitely aim to bounce back. But we want all the points meaning we have to give our best," he told Goal.
Zoo Kericho fell by a solitary goal against visiting Posta Rangers last weekend.