Football supporters have been asked to have patience with this current squad by the trainer of the Black Stars goalie, Richard Kingson.
When Ivory Coast hosts the next edition of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in January, the Black Stars will be under pressure to end their 42-year drought without a fifth trophy.
The current team of players, although not yet settled, has the ability to win the tournament, according to the former Black Stars goalie.
“The most important thing about a team is team work, the unity and the love. You know this is new national team.
“The Black Stars now we are coming together so I think before the AFCON, will get to know each other very well and I believe that we can get very far in the coming (AFCON).
“I cannot promise you [Ghana will win the AFCON] but I believe one day I will be a champion.”
After defeating the Central African Republic 2-1 in the final qualifier, the Black Stars have qualified for the AFCON.
The group stage draw is scheduled for October 12, 2023, in Abidjan, where the 2023 AFCON will be held from January 13 to February 11, 2024.