All Stars coach Nuhu Mohammed believes his team can only get better after securing a draw in their opening Premier League fixture against Liberty Professionals.
The Wa-based side had to fight from a goal down to gain a vital point in the Premier League opener last Sunday.
The Blues stand massively depleted following the exits of influential players before the start of the season.
Key players; Seidu Salifu, Tijani Joshua and Michael Mensah have all left – leaving coach Nuhu with a virtually new set of players to make a team out of.
The coach however welcomes the challenge but says his team will need more time to get going in the Premier League.
“The match was a very difficult match, everyone was tensed, every one was jittery,” he said.
“We have only began the season and therefore you could see some rough edges in there.
“These are young and inexperienced players we have put together so therefore it will take some time.
“We lost about five key players – Salifu [Seidu], Mumuni, Tijani Joshua, Michael Mensah have all left.
“So definitely it will take some time to get our team gelling again.”
All Stars however suffered from such mass exodus last season as they had to fight from a poor start to their campaign to remain afloat.