Sekhukhune United coach Lehlohonolo Seema has warned his side to not get carried away with their comprehensive 4-1 win over Moroka Swallows at the weekend.

Linda Mntambo opened the scoring at Dobsonville Stadium on six minutes and while the Dube Birds pulled a goal back on the half-hour mark, a dominant second half showing from the away team saw Sekhukhune run out as rampant winners.

Tresor Yamba (62), Thamsanqa Masiya (65′) and Jamie Webber (69′) all scored within minutes of each other as Seema’s side dominated the second-half.

The result saw the club move into sixth place on the DStv Premiership standings with 30 points and leave Swallows down in 14th with 21 points.

Seema said in the Sowetan: “There is a lot of work that we still need to do. We can’t say we are flying high, never. We need to fight and we are looking forward to the next game.”

On his side’s performance, the head coach added: “Credit must go to the boys. I think they fought hard and listened to the technical team, especially at half-time.

“I think we started well and we played for a few minutes until we got a goal and after that, we went and sat on top of our box. I don’t know why.

“It was never the plan and we could see that it was a matter of time before we conceded a goal and we ended up doing that. But at half time it was 1-1, and we had to react and we spoke to the guys in a manner where they would understand that what they were doing was not what we had planned.

“Swallows were coming. They are a good team and given space and time, they will play. Our changes made an impact and we are happy that the team that’s on the bench showed focus like the one starting and it showed the team spirit.”