The Mighty Warriors continue to tie up loose ends ahead of their showdown with Banyana Banyana on Unity Day.
With memories on their 3 -0 humiliation in last yearâ€™s final still fresh in their minds, the Mighty Warriors are eager to redeem themselves.
Pagels though happy with the playersâ€™ ability however expressed concern over some aspects of their game which require urgent rectification.
â€œThe physical condition of the players is good as well as their technical skills. The players nevertheless need to realise that the modern game is not about dribbling but creating 2 against 1 situations.
They need to play one touch football and play together in combination.â€said Pagels.
The Mighty Warriors-Banyana Banyana Unity Cup Challenge match will take place at Rufaro Stadium this Thursday.
The two teams last met at Rufaro Stadium in July in a match which the Mighty Warriors won 1-0 to win the COSAFA Cup. Meanwhile Banyana Banyana are expected in the country this Monday evening.