Toronto FC head coach Aron Winter feels the club as a whole has done a decent job this season but he is well aware that much more improvement is required.
The Canadian club finished eighth on the Eastern Conference table and 16th of 18 overall in the league and although they were fifth in their division last term, Winter sees the 2011 campaign as a positive and is of firm belief that the Toronto train is on the right track.
“I think now if you are watching back, we have done a decent job. But it’s not good enough, we have to be better,” Winter said.
Whilst the club’s director of player development, Paul Mariner, says making the knockout phase of the CONCACAF Champions League is a good achievement but not enough for the ambitious club.
“Nobody critiques each other more than we do. (The Champions League) was great, but that’s not enough for us three,” added Mariner.
“The second half showed slight improvement, but we’re under no illusions — we have work to do.”