Wanderers attacker Kwame Yeboah has brushed aside the quality of his own performance, instead preferring to praise the performance of the whole team following Wednesday night's 7-1 FFA Cup win over Sydney United.
Yeboah was a constant thorn in the side of the United defence with his speed, skill and robust display that saw him score in the first half and have an assist in the second.
"A goal and an assist, I'm always happy with that. But, to be honest, I am more than happy with the way we played," said Yeboah.
"The effort from the boys was very good. We didn't just want to win, we wanted to win comfortably and that's what we did.
"We wanted to show what we can do and who we are."
Yeboah said the side went into the game fully focused and prepared for a tough encounter.
“We knew it wouldn’t be easy but we showed a good bit of dominance in the first half and that helped set up the game,” said the forward.
“They got one back in the second half but we stayed consistent and didn’t get flustered. We showed our quality in the end.”
Scoreline aside, Yeboah still believes there is room for improvement.
“We can be a little better in certain areas but you have to be happy with what we did," explained Yeboah.
"The effort was very good and we went out there with a mentality of fighting to the end and finishing it off.”