Kaizer Chiefs interim coach, Cavin Johnson, claimed they should have scored one or two more goals in their 1-0 victory over Moroka Swallows in their DStv Premiership clash at Dobsonville Stadium on Sunday.

A late Christian Saile strike was enough to see the Glamour Boys walk away with all three points in a match that lacked clear goalscoring chances from both sides.

While Chiefs controlled the majority of the match, Johnson believes his side made things increasingly difficult for themselves by not being clinical in front of goal.

“When we are now at the moment, we have so much, not negative, faults in our team. I think to come out and play against a team that’s number three (five) on the log and you take three points away from them, from home and then you play a good game.” Johnson told SuperSport TV after the game.

“I thought we could have put two nice ones, we get two chances in the first-half where I thought we could have scored, we didn’t score.

“But in saying that, Saile scores. It pleases you to see those moments come (off) in a game but it displeases you sometimes when you have the game in the hand and we don’t really take control of the game.”