Scottish tactician is looking over his shoulder despite their commanding lead.
Gor Mahia coach Bobby Williamson is refusing to talk about their chances of winning the Kenyan Premier League title.
Following a recent draw with rivals AFC Leopards’ the Scottish tactician’s side opened up a commanding eight point lead over Ulinzi Stars at the top of the table with nine games to go and putting them on course for a 13th championship.
However, Williamson isn’t letting himself get carried away as he prepares for the trip to Sony Sugar in Awendo but did praised his players for their fighting spirit that saw them come from 2-0 down to claim a point against Ulinzi.
“I think there is still a long way to go. We are not there and we cannot be comfortable despite the lead. We have nine rounds of matches to play and in football anything can happen,” he told Goal.
“I don’t feel like we dropped points against Leopards but in the opposite we gained one.
“Going down 2-0 and rallying to draw 2-2 was incredible and I must give my boys a pat on the back,” the 52-year-old added. “It was a great match, end to end action and I believe both sets of fans were happy.
“I loved the reaction from my charges because they never gave up hope and those are some of the things that define a champion.”