Kearyn Baccus says that Western Sydney are staying focused on the race to make the A-League top six this season.
The Wanderers have gone undefeated in the month of March so far, with a 0-0 draw against Adelaide followed by victories over FC Seoul in the ACL and Wellington Phoenix domestically.
Although this positive form sees Tony Popovic’s side five points clear in sixth spot, Baccus claims that nothing is certain yet.
“We’re not complacent at all, we’re still working hard week in, week out,” he told the media.
“We’re in a lot better place than we were a couple months ago…we just have to take one game at a time and things will happen for us.”
Western Sydney travel to face Melbourne City on Friday night – a team they have yet to beat in 2016-17. However, Baccus says this has been due to luck more than anything, and expects that this game will have a different outcome.
“We’ve played good against them so far, it’s just that we’ve been unlucky,” he added.
“We’ve got one red card last game we played them – played with 10 men for the majority of the game, we limited them to not a lot of opportunities which was good.
“I think there’s a good chance of us coming away with the result this weekend.”