Hearts of Oak midfielder Nurudeen Abdul Aziz has warned his side will need avoid complacency following their 6-1 win over Bechem United on Saturday in the Ghana Premier League.
Aziz put up an impressive display to help the Phobians secure back-to-back league wins for the first time this season at the Accra Sports stadium.
"Good victory today lads. No complacency. Let’s give the fans more of this let's keep the fire burning," he wrote on Facebook.
The league leaders had a man down in the 38th minute of the game as Emmanuel Asante got sent off after a second yellow card.
A brace from Victor Aidoo and a goal each from Abdul Manaf, Abdul Lawali, Ansah Botchwey and Benjamin Afutu saw the Phobians cruise to comfortable victory.
Hearts of Oak climbed up to 2nd on the league table with 11 points after seven games played thus far.
Coach Kosta Papic's side will face Elmina Sharks on match week eight of the on-going 2020/21 Ghana Premier League.