The Maidens coach says his girls are aiming at adding Canada to their list of victims in order to accomplish their dream of maintaining an unbeaten run
Black Maidens coach, Evans Adotey says his team will eschew complacency ahead of their final Group B match against Canada on Saturday night.
Ghana have won their first two group matches and are already in the quarter finals at the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup in Costa Rica.
But Adotey says his main aim is to finish the group with a perfect record.
"My vision is to make sure I retain the top spot.
"We've qualified already. Six points is enough and I need a draw just to make sure I am intact but irrespective of that I am not looking for a draw.
"I want to have a hundred percent record," Adotey told Ghanafa.org.
Adotey, an assistant coach during Ghana’s bronze winning feat two years ago in Azerbaijan wants his girls to have a clean sheet at the group stage.
"It's an all-out game against Canada. I want to claim the maximum points and keep a clean sheet. My major target is the knockout stage.
"We are not going to consider any team, not even Canada. I want to win as well."
Ghana could meet either Italy or Venezuela in the quarter finals,