TS Galaxy head coach Sead Ramovic has lamented his side’s inability to move up in the DStv Premiership table following this week’s 3-2 defeat to SuperSport United.

A victory would have propelled TS Galaxy to the fifth position in the 16-team standings. However, they remain in the eighth position.

“It’s really tough. I want us to move up in the league. I want to ascend, and this was a great opportunity to do so,” said Ramovic.

“But in life, the sun doesn’t always shine; there’s also rain, and we need to come back stronger and learn from the mistakes we made and analyze them together.”

TS Galaxy will face Sekhukhune United in a Telkom Knockout quarter-final on Saturday. This will be followed by PSL fixtures against Swallows, Mamelodi Sundowns, and Polokwane City throughout the rest of November.

“The season is long; it’s a marathon. We have a lot of games ahead of us,” added Ramovic.

“We have to believe in ourselves because we’re a tough team to beat. All in all, I also believe that, in the end, we’ll achieve our goal of securing a top-eight spot.