Head coach of West Africa Football Academy, Guillermo Zaragoza says the squad needs to play well in order to get the needed results.
The Sogakope side have collected just one point from two opening games in the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season.
WAFA were pinned down 1-0 in their first game against a renascent King Faisal at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi before a spirited performance saw them come from a goal down to hold defending champions, Hearts of Oak to a 1-1 draw at Sogakope in week 2.
Guillermo Zaragoza believes his side must win games by tactical merit.
“We are always looking to improve you know, the results will come.
“It’s 32 league matches left, it’s always important that we take the positives in this match [1-1 against Hearts of Oak].
“We take the negatives and build upon it so you know the season is long and you know it [the results] will come, it will come.
“We need to do things right not just winning anyway because we are WAFA, we need to do things right and the wins will come.” Guillermo Zaragoza said.
West Africa Football Academy were impressive last season, placing third with 56 points, just one less than second placed Asante Kotoko and five behind winners, Hearts of Oak.
They have a clash against Real Tamale United in week three at the Aliu Mahama Stadium on Friday, November 12.