After a shock 3-1 fall to visiting Modern Coast Rangers in Thika, that ended their four-game unbeaten check in the National Super League (NSL), immediate former Premiership side Ushuru is plotting for a quick return to regular ways in their next fixtures against Wazito at the Karuturi Stadium on Sunday 9 April starting 2pm.
Ushuru who exited the second tier at the end of 2013 to spend three seasons in the top flight, were humbled by the loss that has now reawakened their spirits in the journey to an immediate bounce back to the KPL next season.
Speaking exclusively to Soka, Kenyatta said the same catastrophe that befell them on Monday will not reoccur in the next game against Wazito.
"All teams want to beat us and we now have to be smarter than them. A game has three results and on Monday for us it was a loss. We have to work hard and it will be hard for us to lose the next game after the one against Modern Coast,"
Queried on his plans in the foreseeable future, the former Shabana and AFC Leopards keeper who was part of Kenya's contingent to the 1990 Africa Cup of Nations in Algeria, said he only concentrates on the most immediate task.
"We will take it a game at a time. One game for us determines the next game." he said categorically.
Ahead of the Sunday duel, Ushuru sits fifth with ten points, two behind Wazito who are second on goal difference to Eldoret's GFE 105.
Before the fall to Rangers, Ushuru had beaten registered a 1-0 loss over Admin Police, identical 2-0 losses over Nairobi Stima and Isibania and a 1-1 draw against St,. Joseph's in Nakuru.