Wolves regret first half showing
Black Leopards check Amutu
On Sunday, the Nigerian club beat Black Leopards 3-1 with the second leg fixed for a fortnight in South Africa.
The Wolves even had to come from a goal down inside the first 20 minutes before they eventually won this second round clash.
"I told them all they needed to know and gave them instructions but in the first half they played something else," lamented Cooreman, who led Kaduna United to the group phase of the same competition last year.
The Belgian coach, who avoided praising his boys, maintained that he had always known that Black Leopards will not stand in his way in this competition.
"I know this South Africa side very well and I don't see them stopping us," he maintained.
"But right now we want to concentrate on the two games ahead of us in the league before we turn back our attention to the continent."
Wolves are 10th on the table with 30 points from 21 matches.