Black Stars coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor has been impressed with his side’s two friendlies but says there is still work to be done in attack.
The Black Stars failed to score in the two friendlies played against Morocco and Ivory Coast.
However, after being held to a goalless draw at the Cape Coast stadium on Saturday evening by the Ivorians, Akonnor has set his sights on working on the team to improve their scoring ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers slated for September this year.
Asked about the team’s lack of goals in recent games, he said, “We need to improve, I mean if there is anybody who is a scorer and he is good we look for that person but so far what we have now we have to work and improve in the area because it is very important for us because without goals you wouldn’t be a winner”
He added, “With all fairness I think it is a very good exercise for us” he said.
“I’m quite certain with the squad we have, of course Wakaso and then few guys are not in and so when they come in am very sure”
He adds they are going to work the improve the attacking option of the team and is not closing the doors for players who performs well with their teams.
The draw means the Black Stars has gone six games without a win against Ivory Coast.
The Black Stars have been pooled in Group G alongside South Africa, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Ghana in September will host Ethiopia at the Cape Coast Stadium and play South Africa away.