Ghana coach Samuel Paa Kwasi Fabin is excited to have steered his team to the knockout stage of the ongoing Fifa Under-17 World Cup.
The Black Starlets put up an outstanding display to hand hosts India a 4-0 defeat in their last group match on Thursday.
Captain Eric Ayiah hit a double while Richard Danso and Emmanuel Toku scored a goal each to ensure a 4-0 win, which lifted Ghana to the top of the table.
“Yes I am very happy [about my team's performance]," Fabin said.
"I told them to do some things which they were not doing [in the previous games].
“It was a good performance from the boys.
"We are yet to know our next opponents [for the next round]; we will strategize when we see our next opponents.
"I must be frank that they [India] didn't pose any threat to our team today and I don't know why they didn't come to the party like [they did in] their previous matches."
Ghana, who are making a return to the Under-17 World Cup for the first time since 2007, are hoping to claim the title for the third time.
Their opponents for the round of 16 will be confirmed on Friday.