Coach Francis kimanzi, who is in his second season at the club, called out his players after a grave howler in the 18-yard area resulted in the costly penalty.
•Bernard Mwalala was all smiles after Sunday's victory fired his side to second on the log behind Bandari after amassing six points from their two opening games of the season.
Wazito head coach Francis Kimanzi was left ruing missed chances after his charges squandered home advantage to crush to Kakamega Homeboyz at Utalii grounds on Sunday.
George Odiwuor's 58th minute penalty was all the visitors needed to squeeze a slim 1-0 win over the moneybags in the only Kenyan Premier League encounter of the day.
Wazito found themselves in trouble after David Okoth was sent tumbling down in the area. Odiwuor gladly stepped up and made no mistake from the spot, his solitary goal separating the two sides at full-time.
"We failed to capitalise on the glorious opportunities that came by in the first half and that cost us dearly. The injury our goalkeeper sustained early in the game also disoriented our game plan," said Kimanzi.
Kimanzi said he would focus on sharpening his striking force in the team's subsequent training sessions.
"For us to win matches, we need to create chances and convert them and hopefully, we shall be able to do just that in our next encounter against Nairobi City Stars," he added.
The veteran gaffer, who is in his second season at the club, called out his players after a grave howler in the 18-yard area resulted in the costly penalty.
"The entire team must shoulder the blame for the penalty that sank us. "All the 10 players on the pitch ought to have done something to forestall the disaster yet they didn't.
"However, we take that as a vital lesson heading into our next match. I believe we can work on it and given this is only our second match, we still have a good opportunity to bounce back in the future," said Kimanzi.
As Kimanzi figured out his next plan of action, his opposite number Bernard Mwalala was all smiles after Sunday's victory fired his side to second on the log behind Bandari after amassing six points from their two opening games of the season.
"Matches always prove to be quite hard at the beginning of every season. As the new Homeboyz tactician, I intend to introduce new ideas including the approach we should take while making inroads into our opponents' territory. For instance, if we made good use of all the chances we created in today's match, we could have registered some better results," said Mwalala.
"My players haven't quite mastered the game plan but they most certainly are about to, judging by what I witnessed today. I've identified a few areas we need to refine before the next fixture," he said.
"I could have been worried as a coach if my players had failed to create chances but they did so even if they didn't make use of all of them. We only need to sharpen the attack and all will be well," said Mwalala.