OUT of a total score of 10, Gavin Hunt has given Bidvest Wits nine following their performances in the past four PSL matches during the 2019-20 season.

The Clever Boys are second in the log with nine points from four games, trailing leaders Kaizer Chiefs by a point.

Hunt’s charges won three and lost one game.

“I don’t have anything to complain about,” he said.

“If we can collect nine points after every four games, then I will be delighted more. Even though I’m targeting 10 points in every four matches, I would still be happy with nine. We are not too far behind the leaders – just one, and goes to show that we have been working hard.”

The Clever Boys have a mountain to climb after the Fifa international week recess at Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium on 21 September. Hunt is hoping they will rise to the occasion.

But they can’t think of Orlando Pirates, as there is a Caf Confederation Cup preliminary, first round match against eSwatini side Young Buffaloes FC, away on 13 September

Hunt said: “Let’s get the Caf game out of the way and then we will be able to talk about Pirates.

“The plan is to do what we have been doing all along in the league before the break.”

Hunt has raised concerns about the Fifa break, arguing that it always kills the momentum.

“I’m not a fan of the breaks. We want to play... the break is never good to us,” he added.