On Saturday, Millias Pofera replaced Oscar Kaunda, who was fired on Friday as the club took a bold step to implement Club Licensing System on basic qualifications of Super League coaches.
Pofera, who signed a two-year deal with the government-sponsored side, on Sunday said his targets would be to win a trophy in his first season at Civo.
“I know Civo is a big club with rich history but I’m not under pressure to impress. I will do my job to make the club one of the strongest next season,” Pofera said.
The former Dedza Young Soccer tactician was also linked with a move to Be Forward Wanderers and Nyasa Big Bullets, but said he chose Civo because they came up with a serious offer.
“I was doing window shopping and I finally got the right job at Civo. The club is my new home, and I am confident that I will be successful. I also chose Civo because I know there is job security unlike other teams,” he added.
On beefing up the squad, Pofera said he would only comment after assessing his team.
Pofera faces a daunting task to keep three Civo keys players, Nelson Kangunje, Emmanuel Zoya and John Lanjesi, who are linked with Wanderers and Bullets respectively.
Under the tutelage of Kaunda, Civo ended a five-year cup drought to win the Standard Bank Cup.
Despite failing to keep Dedza in the top-flight league last season, Pofera was among the most sought-after coaches in the domestic league.