Ghana winger Albert Adomah insists the Black Stars will advance to the last 16 stage of the World Cup despite being put in a tight corner.
Kwesi Appiahâ€™s side must overcome Germany on Saturday in Fortaleza to revive their bid in Brazil.
If they are successful, they must also overcome a Portugal side, who suffered bruises in their 4-1 defeat to Germany.
Adomah came on as a substitute in the 2-1 defeat to USA to make his tournament debut and he believes Ghana are still contenders to qualify
"The way I see it is that the other teams in there will all take points off each other. People might under-estimate us a bit and that could go in our favour," Adomah told Gazette.
â€œRemember Ghana have got a good record in the World Cup, we are not novices. We almost made the semifinals last time.
â€œPlus we have a lot of talented young players like Chelseaâ€™s Christian Atsu and Majeed Waris of Spartak Moscow so there is no reason why we canâ€™t qualify for the next round.
â€œA lot of the players have been in this position before and hopefully that experience will really help us."