Gor Mahia coach Hassan Oktay feels the league is still far from won, despite a 3-1 win over their archrivals AFC Leopards on Sunday evening at the Moi Kasarani Stadium.
The win took Gor to within touching distance of the title, and need a single point in the remaining three fixtures to successfully defend their crown.
Oktay, however, feels anything can happen and has urged his boys to concentrate on the remaining fixtures.
"It's still early, we have a chance and we have to concentrate for the next game," he said after the match.
"...I was expecting this result. We dominated the game, 10 minutes to go we should have scored another two or three, I'm proud of my boys, and to me, it doesn't look like a derby, maybe on the crowd, but on the playing side, we had all control, it's fantastic," he added.
He then took responsibility for their 1-0 loss away to Nzoia in midweek, which halted their march to the title.
"Nzoia game is my fault, wrong preparation I take all the responsibility, we dropped three points there but I knew today my boys would get it right," he added.
Gor will next play Vihiga United, knowing a win will see them defend their titles.