Hearts of Oak coach Frank Nuttall believes his side have picked themselves up from last weekend's defeat to Aduana Stars, as they prepare to face Great Olympics in the Ghana Premier League on Sunday.
The Phobians suffered a 2-0 defeat at Dormaa, but have a chance to make amends in the derby against their city rivals at the Accra Sports Stadium on matchday six.
“We were disappointed to lose [to Aduana] and we are disappointed to lose any game,” Nuttall told his club's official website.
“We spoke about the game when we came back into training and we have since trained well, trained hard and intensely.
“We are focused again now on the next game and we have spoken about how we can improve.
“Like I said before, this is a work in progress. It is a big project and there is plenty of work to be done.”
Hearts of Oak currently sit ninth on the league table, having drawn three, won one and lost a game thus far.
Nuttall, 48, signed a two-year deal with the 2000 Caf Champions League winners last month.