Accra Hearts of Oak defender, Vincent Atinga has cautioned his teammates against complacency in their upcoming fixtures in the ongoing Ghana Premier League.
The former Ebusua Dwarfs defender was the hero for the Phobians when they host and beat arch-rivals Asante Kotoko in week 8 of the Ghana premier league courtesy a late controversial penalty to break their seven year win less against the Porcupine Warriors.
“We just have to forget about anything, is past a gone and we are looking forward,” he said in a chat with Ghanasportsonline.com.
“We must focus, the win was a good one and it has boosted our confidence, but the most important thing now is that we must focus on our remaining matches in the League.
“We will work hard to achieve our goal, every player is determined to help the club to the top."
The Phobians will hope to keep up from where they left off before the league went on break when they play as guest to Berekum Chelsea on Match Day 9.