Parreira marked his third start for United since joining the team this season with a fine performance and, even though he could not score, he formed a great partnership with Kermit Erasmus upfront. Speaking to KickOff.com, the striker says he will remain patient for his first goal in the PSL. "I didn't start well, but things are now coming okay. This is my first season in South Africa and it has taken me some time to adjust to conditions and training sessions at SuperSport. "I am still looking for my first goal in the PSL but I know it will come in time and at this moment I am enjoying the contribution that I am making at the club. "I know SuperSport have won the League title three times in succession and I want to be part of history when they make it four in a row. "To be the first Angolan player to play in PSL gives me more motivation to do well and open more opportunities for other Angolan players to come and play in South Africa. "I will be very happy to be among the top goal scorers this season, but if not, I will still be proud winning the League winners medal in my first season in the PSL." SuperSport coach Gavin Hunt was not a happy man at the Lucas Moripe Stadium despite his team collecting three points when they beat Celtic 2-1. "We are still struggling and I was not happy with our performance but I am happy that we got the three points at the end of it all. Sometimes it doesn't matter how you win, the important thing is to get the three points.'' Hunt continued to play Bradley Carnell as left wing against Celtic instead of his natural position as left back but the former Bidvest Wits defender did not disappoint. "We have been struggling in that position since Daine Klate left, but Carnell has fitted in well in that position. He is an intelligent player with experience and I think he did a good job for us against Celtic."