Prods put in a courageous showcase to take Baroka out of the Nedbank Cup through punishments at Peter Mokaba Stadium. The match was halted at 1-1 after additional time.
In the GladAfrica Championship, Spurs are looking straight at assignment, involving the fifteenth spot with only 10 focuses from a potential 33. They have collected two successes and four draws, losing multiple times.
Taylor, who succeeded Vladislav Heric almost a fortnight back, has focused on balancing out the club in the association over pursuing magnificence in the Ke Yona Cup.
"I wish it [the triumph against Baroka] was three focuses in light of the fact that we need three focuses more than the cup. We currently need to proceed with this force [they acquired by beating Baroka] going ahead," Taylor told Sowetan.
Regardless of being second from base on the GladAfrica log, the 44-year-old Taylor hasn't quit on their advancement challenge.
"Truly, we began the season ineffectively. However, in this alliance a couple of wins in progression can transform you. We can in any case have a special interest in the battle for advancement. In any case, that is not our objective at this stage, we need to climb the table," Taylor said.
Prods' determination will confront an interesting test when they invite table clinchers Sekhukhune United at Cape Town Stadium tomorrow (3.30pm).
"Sekhukhune are top of the log, so playing against them allows us to check our capacity to go pound-for-pound with the best groups in this association," noted Taylor.
"I anticipate an extreme one. They have numerous players who have first class insight, while our group comprises of youths who're actually attempting to discover their feet in the expert set-up."
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