Kevin Molino was voted the “Man of the Match” by the Caribbean Football Union for his performance and winning goal in Tuesday’s 3-2 win over Curacao in Montego Bay to kick off the Caribbean Cup Finals.
But the Orlando City player said it was just another accolade in his career as he focuses on other things.
“It’s nice to get the Man of the Match but we have bigger things to focus on. The goal for me was just a normal piece of skill and a good finish. That is what I strive for every time I step on the pitch,” Molino said.
“In training I strive for excellence and I try to take that into the game. But we are here on a mission which is to bring the Cup back home. And the Gold Cup is the next big thing for us before the World Cup Qualifiers start. This is all preparation for World Cup campaign towards 2018.
“The squad is growing under coach Hart and once we can get the right resources and support and keep building then we will be in good shape for the qualification. I believe our chances are as good as any but we cannot sit around and just think we can do it. We have to let the football show that."