Black Princesses Under-20 midfielder Priscilla Okyere is confident they can go past the group phase of the 2014 FIFA U20 Womenâ€™s World Cup in Canada.
Ghana and Korea DPR meet for the first time at a U-20 Women's World Cup in a potentially enthralling encounter.
Both were opening-day winners and have openly stated that they are aiming not merely at the quarter-finals but the trophy itself.
Okyere, a former captain of Ghanaâ€™s U17 female team, which clinched bronze in Azerbaijan in 2012, has her eyes firmly fixed on a quarter-final berth.
â€œOur first target is to go past the group phase and I believe weâ€™re on course,â€ she said
â€œOur win over Canada was a positive one and we hope to build on that.
â€œWe want to make our people here and back home happy and so weâ€™ll only ask them to pray for us.
â€œI am more than confident that weâ€™ll beat Korea and qualify to the next stage of the competition.â€
A second victory for any of the sides would do their ambitions no harm at all.