Bosso told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos that the club was fully prepared to improve on its performance in the second stanza of the league.
He said the team had used the recently-ended 2014 FIFA World Cup break to work on the identified areas of weaknesses.
“We used the break after the first stanza of the league to work on the areas of our weaknesses.
“Therefore, the club’s management and technical crew have been doing everything we can to effectively prepare for a tough second stanza. [eap_ad_1] “We now know our opponents better and what we need to do to win our matches,” the coach said.
He said the club’s players had been well motivated by the club’s management to ensure a better performance.
Bosso, however, called on the club’s fans to continue to support the team.
“The long break in the league was good for the teams. It enabled the clubs to address issues confronting them in all areas and make adjustments toward a better performance.
“On our own part, we used the break to get prepared for the crucial second stanza.
“Our determination is to win the league and we are on course,’’ he said.
Abia Warriors are currently occupying the third position on the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) table.
They have 30 points from 19 matches, after winning nine, drawing three and losing seven of their matches.
Abia Warriors are scheduled to face Nasarawa United at home when the league resumes on July 27.(NAN)