Speaking in a telephone interview with Daily Trust yesterday, the striker said he was happy with his brace but noted that his team missed too many chances in the match.
He said the return leg is going to be difficult but Enyimba will not allow the 3-1 victory in the first leg to be cancelled without a fight.
Gwar said he and his team mates now know one or two things about Anges de Notse and would make maximum use of some of their opponent’s weaknesses.
“I am happy that we started the campaign on a winning note. Although our opponents scored first, we were able to rally round for the much needed equaliser. From there we added two more goals to pick the maximum points.
“Although we defeated our opponents, the return leg is not going to be easy. It will be difficult but going by the number of chances we missed on Sunday, I am confident we would still get such chances and possibly utilise them.
Gwar also disclosed his intention to emerge the highest goals scorer at the end of the competition.