Nkwazi head coach Dennis Makinka says he will work on his attack and make sure they can be quick and start scoring goals following their recent dry spell.
The Police sponsored out-fit played out to a goalless with Green Eagles on Saturday a result that means they have now gone nine games without scoring a single goal.
“We are still working on finishing because if you see the statistics I think we are doing well defensively we defend as a unit and just in attack we are a bit slow to go and join support I think we will work on that in the next game we should see goals,” Makinka said after the draw away in Choma.
“Just to survive relegation as you know we are docked of points and we have gone a rough patch we have just been drawing I think for now we have to fight to get out of the relegation zone.”
Next on the cards for Nkwazi is wounded Nkana who suffered a humiliating 3-0 loss at the hands of their neighbors and arch-rivals Powerful Power Dynamos.
“Another tough fixture but we always enjoy playing at Nkana stadium,” he said.
Nkwazi is currently 16th on the log with only 10 points to their name after playing 13 games so far this season.