Aduana Stars forward, Samuel Bioh wants a better performance in their subsequent games after their barren encounter against Asante Kotoko.
The “Ogya Boys” were held by the Porcupine Warriors at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park in match day 27 on Saturday.
Bioh, who emerged best player in the game sets site on an improved game with seven matches to end the season.
“First of all it was a very difficult match because playing with Asante Kotoko is not an easy match.
“I wanted to score them again, I promised many people I would score but it didn’t happen but I will give God the glory.
“After this draw we will do our best, we will go back to the drawing board, talk to ourselves and come back strongly so that the rest of the matches we can get win so we will lift our performance.” Samuel Bioh said.
The 26-year-old previously played for second tier-side, Tema Youth and later Medeama before a stint with Sudanese outfit, Khartoum Club.
Aduana have collected 40 points from 27 matches seated 8th on the league table.
They will next play Ebusua Dwarfs at the Cape Coast Stadium on Sunday, June 6 for match day 28.