Cape Town - Despite netting the winning goal in Kaizer Chiefs' 1-0 win over Cape Town City on Saturday, Ryan Moon was still not satisfied.
Speaking to SuperSport after the match, the striker voiced his frustration at not scoring more goals.
"I'm not happy about [my missed chances]. I could have had a
hat-trick, not just two goals. I just have to keep working hard at
training and rectifying the mistakes to bury the chances," the striker
The victory put Chiefs within four points of Premiership leaders
Mamelodi Sundowns, who have a game in hand and will play Free State
Stars on Wednesday. Moon claimed that after Saturday's win,
second-placed Amakhosi are still very much in the race.
According to the 21-year-old, Steve Komphela has set the bar high for his charges and they are eager to appease their coach.
"We have got a good coach, who told us at the start of the season
that the league is ours, we’ve got to fight for it. We are in with a
chance now," he said.
Chiefs will next be in action on Saturday, when they face
Bloemfontein Celtic. A week on from that, they will face one of their
toughest tests of the season when they square up against Orlando Pirates
in a Soweto derby that could well play a role in deciding the course of
Kick-off is at 20:15.