Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu is staying grounded on improving his squad rather than ending the club's 11-year wait for a Ghana Premier League crown.
The former Medeama gaffer has been in cruise control since joining the capital-giants in February, bagging two wins in two games.
Boadu supervised the side's 2-0 success over Aduana Stars which followed their 4-0 demolition of West African Football Academy (WAFA) in his debut game in charge.
“Tactically we have a lot of work to do. Now the players are coping with my systems and philosophy but I want to quickly adapt to it”, Boadu said at the post-match conference after the game.
“My philosophy is to play attacking football but Aduana Stars came with a different plan to stop us but we were able to beat them”
“We are thinking of working on the technique and tactics of the players at the moment. The plan is to take it game by game and not concentrate on the league title now. The moment we are winning our matches things will change on the league title”, he added.
The Phobians are undefeated in the Ghana Premier League since February this year after losing to Medeama in Tarkwa under Kosta Papic. Hearts have gone six games without a defeat.
Hearts of Oak moved up to third place on the league table with 30 points after the win.
Great Olympics is on the summit of the league table with 33 points after matchday 18.
Hearts of Oak travel to Obuasi to face AshGold at the Len Clay Sports Stadium on matchday 19 and a win for the side could see them on top of the league table should Olympics drop points against Legon Cities and Karela United.