Samartex coach Annor Walker has lamented his club’s scoring form despite his input indicating that he keeps thinking about it all night.
The debutants stole the headlines over the weekend as they came from behind to stun Hearts of Oak in a 3-2 victory at the Nsenkire Sports Stadium to boost their survival hopes.
Annor Walker was however unsatisfied with the overall performance of his team revealing that the squandered opportunities are a reason for his fears for the team as they continue to embark on an escape mission.
According to him, his target of being in the top six looks difficult to achieve due to their performance.
“But at the end of the day look at the goals that we were squandering.
“It’s a worry to me so honestly if I should tell you as at 2am yesterday, my eyes were with me alone. My eyes were on. I’ve not slept. I’m thinking of the rest of the four matches. Because I give myself a target in any team that I take charge of to be among the top six,” Annor Walker told GPL Xpress on TV3.
Samartex are currently eighth in the standings with 42 points after 30 league matches and are hoping to seal a slot for the competition next season.