The Buccaneers missed a number of chances as they were held to a scoreless draw by the Namibian side in the first leg of their Champions League first round tie at Orlando Stadium.
“We entered the match patiently building from the back, we have tried to endanger the opponent with the spirited defence of the opponent, reinforced. So called “parked bus” but this is what you can expect from the opponent,” Sredojevic told SuperSport TV.
“They have defended in numbers, they limited our chances. The chances we had we didn’t convert. We are satisfied with the aspect that we didn’t concede the goal.
“Absolutely not satisfied with the build-up and endangering the opponent, not enough chances that in the law of averages something goes in.
Sredojevic, however, says he is confident that his players will deliver in the second-leg and qualify for the CAF Champions League group stages.
“Now we have to go back to the drawing board, we have one week to prepare properly. It won’t be easy in Windhoek with the artificial grass but we believe in what we are doing, we believe in the players that we have and we believe we are on the road to getting the results in Windhoek and qualifying for the group stages of the [CAF] Champions League,” he said.