Kitwe giants Nkana want to quickly forget the ending 2015 FAZ Super Division campaign and look forward to better fortunes next season.
With three matches left to play this season, Nkana are eighth on the table with 34 points from 27 matches.
In an interview in Kitwe, club vice chairperson Patrick Ndhlovu admits that Kalampa have performed badly this season.
The 12-time league kings have so far posted 11 defeats, seven draws and nine wins.
“This is a season we want to forget quickly. We had many challenges after the departure of many key players and re-constructing the team was not easy,” Ndhlovu said.
“During the mid-season break we re-enforced our squad with some good players but gelling is still a challenge,” he noted.
He said Nkana are already looking forward to the 2016 season.
“Next season we want to go back to the top where we belong. Nkana is not supposed to be on number eight.I think next season we will do better,” Ndhlovu said.
He also hailed club supporters for rallying the team even though it has failed to meet their expectations.
“We want to thank our supporters for always being there for the team even in tough times.”
Nkana last won the league title in 2013.