•"I'm so much impressed with today's outcome. We seemed to have lost it in the first half but managed to collect ourselves together in the dying minutes of the second half," said Muyoti.
•The outcome leaves City Stars fifth on the log with six points after three matches while Wazito have slumped to 15th with a solitary point.
Nairobi City Stars head coach Nicholas Muyoti says their big win over Wazito at Thika Stadium on Thursday has put them on course for a maiden Kenyan Premier League title.
The gaffer, who was overseeing his third match since joining the side from Kakamega Homeboyz at the beginning of the season, said he was fully satisfied with his charges' performance.
"I'm so much impressed with today's outcome. We seemed to have lost it in the first half but managed to collect ourselves in the dying minutes of the second half," said Muyoti.
"During our last league match, we identified some key areas to improve on and from today's match, I must say it was quite obvious we successfully made an effort to put in a far much better performance."
"We have worked hard to sharpen our striking force and if we continue to play especially the way we did in the second half, then we are surely on our way to a pleasant surprise this season," he added.
As Muyoti celebrated victory, Wazito tactician Francis Kimanzi remained optimistic his young squad would eventually get the script right in the course of the season.
"It's still too early to start giving up. This is only our third match of the season and the competition isn't even a quarter way through. We are going back to the drawing board to amend the weak areas," said Kimanzi.
After a drab first half, Nairobi City Stars' goals came in quick succession as the game entered its final minutes.
Kennedy Onyango opened the floodgates with a 76th-minute screamer before Timothy 'Babu' Ouma slammed the back of the net two minutes later to double the advantage.
Wazito reduced the deficit in the 81st minute through a Michael Owino strike but Rogers Okumu hurled the ball into the bottom corner in stoppage time to seal Wazito's fate.
The loss has left the moneybags winless after three encounters, their best performance being a one-all draw against debutants Talanta in their opening fixture.
The outcome leaves City Stars fifth on the log with six points after three matches while Wazito have slumped to 15th with a solitary point.