Komphela keeps his cool despite slipping on the log
Free State Stars coach Steve Komphela believes that although a lack of goals has seen his side slip down the Premiership log, there is no need for concern for the fans and players of the Bethlehem-based outfit.
"I am comfortable with what we have," Komphela said after his side's goalless draw with SuperSport United on Saturday evening.
"We don't run somebody else's race, we run our own race," he said.
"When they are doing well, we do not check the athlete on the other track."
The draw sees Stars slip a place down the league standings to third, with 10 points from six matches.
Komphela, meanwhile, added that Stars would need to work on their confidence in front of goal as Stars have only netted six goals in as many encounters.
"We just need to score, to be honest. The difference between winning, drawing and losing is just the number of goals you score," he said.
For United, the point moves them to eight points, sixth on the table.
In Saturday's other results Platinum Stars secured a much needed 2-1 home win over Amazulu in Rustenburg, while Golden Arrows and Black Leopards drew 0-0 in Umlazi.
The most surprising result of the day, however, saw the University of Pretoria thrash Ajax Cape Town 5-1 in Cape Town, thanks largely to Aubrey Ngoma, who scored four goals for the league new-comers.