The safest pair of hands is promising the Porcupines victory will be recorded in Kumasi on Sunday as they face Algerian side JSM Bejaia
According to him, all measures have been put in place by the various stakeholders to ensure they emerge triumphant on Sunday.
“We are ready for them - all the needed motivation for us to win is available coupled with the fact that we have the whole of Ghana solidly behind us,” the 33-year-old told Bolgatanga-based A1 Radio.
“I assure all our fans and Ghanaians at large, nothing but a win; that is what we will give them on Sunday.”
He added that this marks his fourth time with the Porcupine Warriors in Africa and looking at their display, he solemnly believes they would make it to the group stage of the competition.
“This is the fourth time I am playing in Africa with Asante Kotoko and considering our performance now, I know we will get to the group stage.”
The Porcupine Warriors, three weeks ago took Algeria by storm, when they recorded a goalless draw game against JSM Bejaia making it the first time in 23-year a Ghanaian club had picked a point from north Africa.