The west African goal scorer says that his confidence level is high ahead of Wednesday night’s game against the Syli National
He said the fixture will be a tight one, however, he believes Ghana stand a good chance of winning to top the group and progress comfortably to the knock out stage.
The Al Ain marksman was optimistic that the result the Black Stars need to finish top of Group D is on its way.
“Every striker needs a goal for his confidence and that was what happened,” Gyan said after Tuesday’s training session. “I think I am feeling good for tomorrow [Wednesday's game with Guinea]."
“It would be a tough game but what matters is Ghana winning each game," he said.
The four-time African champions will square off with the Syli Nationale at Franceville in Gabon on Wednesday evening in the final round of Group D matches.