Super Falcons had a disappointing start to the 12th Women Africa Cup of Nations, however, coach Randy Waldrum is still positive despite the 2-1 defeat South Africa in Rabat.
Waldrum shared some uplifting words after the loss to Banyana Banyana.
“We knew it would be a difficult game, it is the first game of the tournament and it is a long tournament. We have to prepare for the next games.
“I was surprised with our performance in the attack. We got a late goal and we tried to get back in the game, we are still positive.
“I am looking forward to how we can improve, we will look at the areas we were exposed and we will make those corrections.
“We can’t panic at this period, we still have two group games and we have to improve.
“We will analyse and review individual players performance and make the right decisions in the next games,” he added.
Falcons will face Botswana on Thursday in another Group C game.