Techiman Eleven Wonders new coach Enos Adipah has set sights on finishing Ghana Premier League season within the top-four position despite his side's recent uninspiring performance.
The 45-year-old signed a short-term deal with the debutants this week following the sacking of Mumuni Gamel a fortnight ago.
Adipah believes the quality of players available is enough to attain his goal. Wonders are currently sitting 11th on the log with 14 points after 12 games.
“The club's management has set a target that we should not be relegated after the season. However, my main aim is to also finish in the top four at the end of the season,” he told Graphic Sports.
“Definitely, I can achieve my target with my technical team and my players but I have also asked the management to make sure that the players are well motivated in terms of welfare and remuneration. This will encourage them to improve in each game,” he added.
Adipah, who until recently, was in charge of second-tier side Tema Youth, led Wa All Stars to win the 2015-16 season's title.