The man on the touchline for the Porcupine Warriors believes his side is set to keep the domestic diadem at Kumasi again this seasonThe coach of Asante Kotoko Mas-Ud Didi Dramani has tipped his side to retain the league title in the 2013-14 season that kicks off on Sunday.
He said the Porcupine Warriors have no room for complacency this term and winning the Super Cup last week has boosted their morale.
“We will start as favourites for the title,” Dramani, who gave Kotoko their 22nd league title last term, told the GNA. “We have high hopes ahead of our opening game against Aduana and we plan to go all the way.”
“Lifting the Super Cup last week has given us a lot of confidence and the morale of the boys is very high. But we are working on our psyche to avoid complacency. It is important to take the games after the other and that will be our approach.”
He added: “The quality of the team is very good and there is good depth on the bench as well. There is a fine sense of motivation among the players and the signs are good.”