Hearts of Oak forward, Daniel Afriyie Barnieh, says he and his teammates will be ready when the Phobians make their return to the CAF Champions league against Guinean side CI Kasmar on Sunday in Accra.
The game, which was originally scheduled for a two legged tie, will be played as a single tie at the Accra Sports Stadium, due to the political unrest in Guinea.
Fans of the defending Ghana Premier League Champions will be hoping for a positive outcome in Sunday’s tie, and Barnieh is confident of delivering the goods for supporters.
“It’s a special game. It is a one-off game so everyone will play for victory ” Barnie told Phobianews.com.
“We have confidence we can play like it’s a normal game. It’s important, of course, but in the end we have just one target; we need to win the game and advance to the next stage of the competition,” he added.
Samuel Boadu’s men have been camping ahead of the game for the past few weeks.