By Ameenu Shardow
Asante Kotoko coach Maxwell Konadu has turned his sights on Mighty Jets after seeing his side let a one-goal lead at Berekum Arsenals slip.
Kotoko were well on their way to securing a vital three point away from home when Awal Mohammedâ€™s rush challenge handed Arsenals a late penalty which they converted to grab a priceless point.
But Konadu insists Sundayâ€™s disappointed has been long forgotten and is already looking ahead to the mid-week clash against Mighty Jets.
â€œI was disappointed we were unable to win the match on Sunday but anyone who knows football will know that such things happen,â€ he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
â€œWe were leading at a time and had other chances to bury the game and later on a mistake was made late in the game caused us but this is football.
â€œNothing went wrong for us and we hope we can build upon Sundayâ€™s performance to win our home game against Mighty Jets.â€
Sundayâ€™s result meant Kotoko had to surrender their two-week hold on top of the Premier League table to rivals Hearts of Oak but the ex Wa All Stars coach is adamant it is the least of his worries.
â€œHearts were before on top of the league before we took over so the fact that they are now on top does not bother me at all.
â€œThe league is not over yet and I only can concentrate on how to make my team better to pick up enough points if we really want to win the cup,â€ he added.