Bloemfontein Celtic coach Clinton Larsen says that he has mixed feelings about his side's 0-0 draw with Kaizer Chiefs on Tuesday night.
Larsen admits that his side had enough chances to snatch all three points, and that's what he was hoping for with Celtic hosting the game.
The coach, though, believes that his squad is still looking to gel and feels that they will grow stronger as the season rolls on.
"Mixed feelings about the game. I felt at times we could have won the game, but I am really happy with the spirited performance of the boys," he said.
"They have been showing us this game in and game out. Sometimes the results haven't been coming but the commitment has never been questioned in this team.
"I think we are still trying to gel, a lot of new players still trying to find their feet. But I think we are heading in the right direction.
"Results may not be coming but we believe in what we are doing and we believe in our players and I'm sure as the season progresses we'll get stronger as a unit.
"We never really had competition in a lot of positions and now I believe that there is a better balance in the team.
Regarding the end result, he said, "Disappointed. We are never happy with a point in the Free State."
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