Gavin Hunt is energized with the manner in which Kaizer Chiefs have grown intellectually in their last couple of matches in spite of neglecting to dominate in seven matches now.
Chase was satisfied with how his side performed during their goalless draw against Horoya AC in their first match of the CAF Champions League bunch stage at FNB Stadium on Wednesday.
"As I said, when you are not winning, you need to work somewhat harder in some cases, which I attempted to disclose to the players," Hunt told the media after the match.
"It won't come simple. In any case, I thought the attitude was acceptable. It was acceptable on Saturday [against SuperSport United during their 1-1 draw]. You know, they are giving me two great games. That is something to be thankful for.
"Indeed, even a week ago [against AmaZulu], we were OK on occasion, yet we are getting a lot of we can from the gathering we got. We need to get more, we realize that yet they tried sincerely and it is significant for me."
Bosses will venture out to Burkina Faso to play Wydad at Stade du 4 Aout in Ouagadougou on Sunday, and Hunt is backing on their away structure to prod them again as they hope to gather their initial three focuses.
"We realized this game planned to occur. In any case, it was only an issue of where. One country I have never been to is Burkina Faso. I have been wherever else," Hunt said. "This will be new. I should take a gander at the pitch. That is the significant thing. Yet, it returns them on the foot too. They are the most grounded side in the gathering, I think, with the experience.
"Ideally, we can get a positive outcome there. We are battling here. Away from home, we are vastly improved."
Then, Horoya mentor Lamine N'Diaye feels anybody in the gathering can in any case meet all requirements for the knockout stages as there is no home favorable position.
"Everything can occur with any club. We began well by winning against the Angola group in the main match. Yet, I think everyone gets an opportunity in this gathering," N'Diaye said. "I think Kaizer Chiefs get an opportunity in this gathering since they have a decent group."
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