Ghana’s senior national team captain Andre Ayew, says the team is gradually seeing progress under Coach Charles Akonnor.
The four-time African Champions were held to a goalless draw by Côte d’Ivoire on Saturday in an international friendly at the Cape Coast Stadium.
The match forms part of preparations for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in September.
The Black Stars before Saturday’s game had been beaten 1-0 by the Atlas Lions of Morocco last Tuesday, a game Ayew started from the bench.
Speaking after the game the Swansea City star said the team has seen some progression and improvement.
“The coach has done a fantastic job you could see the progression of the squad, the plan behind it. Right now, we have to create chances”.
Ayew added that the focus now will be on Ghana’s opening game in the World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia.
“Now we have to get ready for Ethiopia because it is a must win game. Lately in the national team my goal scoring record has been good, and I need to keep it going. What is next important for me is to get ready for Ethiopia and that is my target”, he added.