Ghana striker Jordan Ayew admits his country faces a difficult task to progress from group G ahead of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The Africans will play European giants Germany and Portugal as well as USA in June's global piece in the South American country.
The 22-year-old says he's looking forward to a difficult but exciting group games.
"It's a tough and exciting group. The most important is to go there and represent Ghana to the best of ways,"he said
"We have to try and do something remarkable, importantly to play the football we know how to play and to do what we did in 2010."
Ayew has rediscovered his form after initial struggles at the club where he has scored three goals so far.
Jordan Ayew is the son of Ghana great Abedi Pele and has so far won 11 caps and scored two goals for the Black Stars.