Absa Premiership

Hunt: We've done nothing, won nothing

2016-08-29 09:57
Gavin Hunt (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt insists that his team are not even out of first gear yet despite their blistering start to their season with wins over both Soweto giants.

The university outfit overcame Kaizer Chiefs 2-1 in their Premiership opener and followed that up with a 2-1 win over Orlando Pirates to secure a MTN8 semi-final berth and Hunt believes there is more to come from his after back-to-back victories.

"Every game is a giant - every game is a good hard game, so obviously we've had these two games now, but we came back, showed good character," Hunt told KickOff.

"So that's most important for us. But it's early, early, early. We've played two games. We've done nothing, won nothing, it's only been two games.

"The team will be tested as the months go on. The problem for us, like everyone else, is that we won't play now for the next two weeks.

"As it goes on in the season, it will get harder and harder. I think everyone has lifted their game and improved, so everyone, like us, is trying to improve our squads and our teams, that's all.

"But we can't get ahead of ourselves - we've done nothing. It's been two games."

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