Kaizer Chiefs boss Gavin Hunt says his side will continue to work on cutting out individual errors to improve on league results.
While Amakhosi have progressed to the First Round of the CAF Champions League, they are yet to really get going in the 2020/21 DStv Premiership.
Hunt's side have one win from six games after a number of individual errors cost them crucial points.
But with a long way to go this season and Hunt taking each game as it comes, the experienced mentor says it will take hard work and persistence to turn their season around.
Chiefs last drew 2-2 with Black Leopards on Wednesday, having come from two goals down. Next up for the club is a trip to face a SuperSport United side with three wins this campaign.
Reflecting on the Leopards draw, Hunt was reported by Soccer Laduma as saying: "I was very calm in the dressing room and just tried to make a tactical change and we were much better. That's all we could do, and I said to them they can't panic because there were goals in it."
He added: "We had some really good chances and we could have won the game, but from where we were – coming from behind – it was just a point.
"We've got to keep just working on the training ground, keep trying to get it right. That's all we can do. And stop making individual errors. The games we have lost are individual errors that cost us, that's for sure."
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