Kaizer Chiefs forward Kingston Nkhatha is refusing to let his head drop, despite his side failing to find the back of the net in the draw against Bloemfontein Celtic.
The Glamour Boys left the Free State with a 0-0 draw after last night’s encounter with Siwelele, and they will no doubt be disappointed not to follow up their win over Maritzburg United with another three points.
However, Nkhatha says they were always expecting a tough game at Free State Stadium.
Speaking to the Amakhosi’s official website, the Zimbabwean said, "We knew it was always going to be a challenge to come here and win for the third time in a row. Things did not go our way this evening and the pitch did not help as the ball was bouncing all over the place.
“We are not dropping our heads yet, we know that we have to go back to the drawing board and work on our shortfalls.
“Everything starts at training, and together with our technical team we will work around the clock to make sure we are ready to return to winning ways when we welcome Platinum Stars at FNB Stadium on Saturday.”
Stuart Baxter’s next opponents, Dikwena, are currently unbeaten in the PSL this season.
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