Ibrahim Sunday, former player and coach of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, has cautioned the playing body and technical team of the club to guard against complacency, ahead of the last round match Confederations Cup qualifier against Cameroon's Coton Sport.
According to coach Sunday, Kotoko has not yet reached the top yet and needs to work hard to over the Cameroonian challenge.
The 1971 Africa Footballer of the Year, believes Kotoko need, to sharpen their attacking prowess, as they have struggled in getting goals in recent matches.
"For me personally, I don't think Kotoko are yet there, they need to sharpen their attack and at least get a goal in Cameroon," coach Sunday said.
He added, "a positive result in Cameroon would ease the pressure on the team and help them focus on the qualification to the group stages".
Coach Sunday, urged the management of team to get more foreign exposure for the team, by engaging teams from Togo, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, among others, which would help boost their confidence in the Africa club competition.
Kotoko, is expected to depart to Cameroon on Friday, by ASKY Ailines, ahead of their first leg encounter against their Cameroonian counterparts.