Green Eagles head coach Aggrey Chiyangi has reiterated his team's ambitions to qualify for the CAF inter-club competitions.
Chiyangi is however not too concerned with that as he feels it's too early in the season to be worrying about Continental football with over half of the games to yet to be played.
"It's one of our goals this season but it's too far for me to comment on that (CAF slot ) we have not even reached the halfway mark. We just need to win home games and pick some points away," he said.
Chiyangi went on to advise striker Tapson Kaseba to work on his decision making as he continues to struggle with his goal-scoring form.
" For him as a person to realize that he needs to work hard. He is getting chances the chances but the final decision is what is lacking. The goodness is that he is getting into goal scoring positions but the decision at the end that's where he is making mistakes, " he said.
Chiyangi described the win over Buffaloes as a tough match it being a service match. Prior to the win over the Zambia army sponsored out-fit, Eagles recorded back to back draws but Chiyangi is content with how the team fared in the two away games.
"It was a very tough game. Buffaloes came organized and we're tight in defense and it was difficult for us to go through. We talked to the boys to make sure we got a goal, they made a mistake and we capitalized on it and score a goal," he said.
"The draws on the Copperbelt were very excellent results. The players fought very hard because those are not easy games (Zesco at Levy and Nkana at Nkana Stadium). Coming back we said we had to get maximum points no matter how difficult the game was."
"Another tough game, These are not normal league games they are services games and hence they are not easy. Our commanders are always emphasizing winning these games so there is a lot of pressure," he added.
Shadreck Mulungwe scored a late goal to hand Green Eagles maximum points and move them to fifth place with only two points between them and fourth-placed Nkana.