Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt has revealed what frustrates him with his current team as he seeks another Absa Premiership trophy.
Last season Hunt felt his team threw away the league title last year because of a below-par home record, and fears the same thing could be happening this season.
The Clever Boys recorded their second win of the season at Polokwane City last Wednesday night, and Hunt was satisfied with another away win, but is still reeling after losing at home to Baroka in their previous match.
"It was not the prettiest game [against Polokwane City], the pitch was very bumpy, the football was not really good either. After our loss at home we were under pressure, but you know we are very good away, we need to work on our home record," Hunt said.
"We are not happy after three games, we lost to Baroka which I believe we should've won. We've got to be better at home. Last year we should've won theleague, we beat [Kaizer] Chiefs, [Orlando] Pirates, Cape Town City away, we beat everyone away and they beat us at home.
"We have to be better. If we got draws at home we would've won the league, that's disappointing, and this year we started with a loss at home. We have to work on that."
Wits' next league match is against Stellenbosch at Bidvest Stadium on Wednesday (19h30).