Hearts of Oak coach Frank Nuttall wants a quick response to Sunday's humiliation when they host Bolga All Stars in the Ghana Premier League on Friday.
The Phobians are set to return to action five days after a 5-0 thumping at the hands of Wafa in the topflight.
Struggling All Stars, who currently sit bottom of the table, could bare the brunt of the Accra-based side, who hold a burning desire to make amends.
“The players have trained well this week and so far, I have already spoken to the players and I have told them that they are good players and so we move forward,” Nuttall told his club's official website.
“We went 10 games [in all competitions] without losing a match before last Sunday.
"That is seven wins and three draws and it indicates my previous point that we have good players, and so that is what I am reinforcing to them this week.
“We are capable of winning the game [on Friday against Bolga All Stars].”
Hearts currently sit third on the log after 17 round of matches.
The 20-time champions last won the title in 2009.