Kotoko Coach Steve Polack says his side must put in more effort in order to get to the top.
The Porcupine Warriors ones again dropped points at home after drawing 1-1 with Olympics on Sunday.
Kotoko had to rely on a late penalty call by center referee McLord Arhin Which saw new recruit Saddick Adams converting to draw level after David Agordome had given Olympics the lead.
Polack who was eyeing his third straight win in charge of the Club admits the former Ghana Champions must put in extra effort to meet their quest of clinching the League title.
“Not the kind of results we expected, not a good results especially playing at home,” he told the media.
“We came into this game purposely for a win, I think we must put in extra effort in order to get to the top.”
“The League is getting tougher and tougher so it is important to take your chances when you get them.”
Polack was appointed to help Kotoko recover from the dwindling form.
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