Black Stars defender Tariq Lamptey says playing at the World Cup has given the players enough experience to propel them for a better future.
According to him, the team has picked up valuable lessons from the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Ghana failed to qualify out of the group stage at the World Cup despite winning their second game with losses against Portugal and Uruguay ending their chances.
However, Tariq believes the team is in a better position to do well in subsequent tournaments.
“Playing at the highest level will only make us stronger as a group, the more experiences we have like this, the more it will bring us together,” he said as quoted by Citi Sports.
“It puts us in a good place for the future. The boys played really well and obviously we would have loved to do well for us, the fans and everyone involved but we will use the experience to keep building as a team.
“We will work with each other and we will keep trusting each other and hopefully that will put us in a good place for the future.”
The player is expected to return to the Black Stars camp once again in March when the team regroups for the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.