Gor Mahia head coach Mark Harrison has set his sights on winning the CAF Confederations cup.

The Englishman believes that his charges have all it takes to win the second-tier competition of African club football.

Gor made it to the final preliminary round after being handed a walkover when their opponents Al Ahly Merowe of Sudan failed to honour their return leg clash on Sunday.

K’Ogallo had won the first leg 3-1 in Egypt thanks to goals from Samuel Onyango, Benson Omalla and Jules Ulimwengu.

The club now awaits to know who they will face in the next round with TP Mazembe of DR Congo, Simba of Tanzania, Zanaco of Zambia, ASEC Mimosas of Côte d’Ivoire, Nouadhibou of Mauritania, AS Otoho d’Oyo of Congo and Rivers United of Nigeria some of their possible opponents.

Gor last won the Confederation Cup in 1987 when the competition was still referred to as the Africa Cup Winners’ Cup.

Coach Harrison is optimistic that Gor can finally win their second continental title.

“Like every competition you start or enter, you want to win it. To go and win the Caf Confederation Cup will be amazing” he said.