The Sai Masu Gida handler has revealed the auto gifts for last season's triumph will push the team to another success this year
Governor Rabiu Kwankwaso rewarded the players and officials with a car each last week for emerging winners of 2011/12 Nigeria Premier League.
Ganaru who is still recuperating from last month's auto crash noted that the players are ready to give their best in the remaining 12 games of the League.
"The car gift has turned into what the players need to play to retain the trophy. I spoke to them during the ceremony at Government House and they are ready to do everything possible to keep the trophy in Kano for another year," Ganaru told Goal.
"They don't need another form of encouragement than what the government has done. We are on top of the League table and with a game in hand, I believe we have all it takes to emerge champions again.'
Ganaru disclosed that the team is careful not to get carried away with their current performance.
"I have told the boys that their level of concentration must be sharp until the last second of the last game of the season. It will not come easy because other clubs also are eyeing the trophy.
"We remain committed to our aspiration at the beginning of the season which is to beat other clubs to the trophy and still have it with us for another season," Ganaru boasted.
Kano Pillars are currently on top of the log with 45 points with a game in hand against Akwa United which will be played on September 4.