WAFA SC coach, Klavs Rasmussen refused to be drawn into title talks after ending the first round of the season on top of the Ghana Premier League.
With close chasers Aduana Stars scheduled to play on the road in a tricky tie at Bechem United on Sunday, the Academy boys did their bit of the business by beating Inter Allies 2-0 and are now three points apart.
Despite their consistent run, the Danish trainer is not entertaining talks of a title push yet but rather more points to ensure they remain in the league.
“We are just enjoying our football and making goals.
“I would like to state that we are playing to stay in the league. At the current moment, we can’t be sure of that. No team in the league can be sure of staying. We have to have more points,” Rasmussen said.
Touching on the game, the WAFA gaffer praised Inter Allies efforts.
”I must commend the opponent today. Most of the teams who come here find it difficult to play here. This team played very well but we did the most important things, just making the goals,” he noted.
Prince Ampem scored both goals for WAFA which saw them end the first half of the season with 10 wins, two drawn games and three defeats.