Hearts of Oak caretaker coach Seth Hoffman has assured supporters of a better campaign in Ghana Premier League, following a poor run in the first round that saw the Accra-based team finishing one place above the drop zone with 17 points.
The former youth team coach was brought on board last week after the dismissal of Henry Wellington.
"I am ready and cannot wait to do my best for the club," Hoffman told Phobians.com.
"I cannot start the job without thanking the board and management of the club for the trust they have reposed in me. I am really grateful and would love to do my best within this short time and hopefully repay their trust.
"I also thank coach Wellington Lamptey, who called me and offered words of encouragement and support to me before my appointment was made public.
"Also, I want to call on the players, the backroom staff, the fans, and all stakeholders in the club to throw their weight behind the team so that we can all move in the right direction. Things will surely improve," he added.
Hoffman was introduced to the first team players and other technical team members at the club's training ground by chief executive officer Mark Noonan on Monday.