West Africa Football Academy youngster Gideon Gideon Waja is not getting carried away with his side’s performance despite their impressive showing against Kotoko.
The Sogakope based club produced an impressive display that was too strong for Kotoko to cope with on the day.
Goals from Charles Boatng who looks like he will profit from Zakaria Mumuni’s departure and Black Stars winger Samuel Tetteh secured all three points for coach John Killa's men.
But Waja who played full throttle in the game says he is not getting carried away with their display and calls for improvement going forward.
“The game was a good one and it was very important we started very well at home,” Waja told GHANAsoccernet.com
“We will continue to work hard to improve in the other areas of the game.”
“We know there is still a lot to be done but we have to continue improving since it’s a long process.”