Zlatko Krmpotic is  glad his charges  collected the three points despite Green  Eagles threatening to rally against   Zesco United in Sunday’s  3-2 home win in Ndola.
The win saw Zesco bounce back from their 1-0 home loss in the Ndola derby  to Forest Rangers on July 9.
Zesco  were leading 3-0 before  the first hour-mark of the opening 45 minute before  Eagles  hit back to narrow the gap  at Levy Mwanawasa  Stadium.
John Chingandu struck twice in  the 1st and 28th minutes  while Jesse  Were scored in-between with a 22nd minute goal.
However, Eagles breached Zesco through Mwila Phiri in the 37th minute, to see  the teams go 3-1  at halftime, and he completed his brace in the  59th minute.
“No I am  not worried. I think it (the narrow  win) is psychological and  I think will be better in  the next game (against Wanderers),”Krmpotic said.
“And also maybe some national team players were tired.
“But we must also continue playing for the three points.”
Seventh placed Zesco visit third from bottom  Mufulira  Wanderers  on Wednesday.
Zesco  have 26 points from14 matches with four games in hand.
They are  nine points behind leaders Napsa  Stars   who have played 18 games.