Absa Premiership leaders Kaizer Chiefs experienced a dip in form prior to the coronavirus lockdown but Reeve Frosler says they won't dwell on it.
The South African top-flight was just starting to get interesting again when the lockdown kicked in, as Chiefs dropped points to allow second-placed Mamelodi Sundowns to close the gap to four points with a game in hand.
Frosler insists Amakhosi won't let that affect them when the league eventually resumes.
"We try to not worry about what has happened in the past as there is a reason for that. We'll just keep working on what we can do with the future and take it day by day when the league resumes," said Frosler as per IOL.
Asked about his battle for a South Africa Under-23 call-up, Frosler added: "With the Olympics being postponed, that gives everyone a chance to put their hands up for selection [in the final squad].
"For myself, I've just got to keep getting better as a player and work on parts of my game that I've been battling with and try to turn them into strong points. I have to get better and keep raising my hand for selection to the Olympics team."
- TEAMtalk media