By Rahman Osman follow on Twitter @iamrahmanosman
Black Stars assistant coach Maxwell Konadu claims they will not tolerate any deviant behavior from any player at the 2014 FIFA World Cup finals.
The 1992 Olympian says the technical team wants to be in firm control of the dressing room at the tournament.
In recent times, Ghanaâ€™s camp at tournaments has been rocked by cases of indiscipline.
In 2010, midfielder Sulley Muntari launched a tirade at then coach Milovan Rejevac over his selection policy.
During the qualifiers to the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, Andre Ayew was accused of showing disrespecting the coaching staff.
But Konadu, who guided the local Black Stars to win silver at the 2014 African Nations Championship in South Africa, says indiscipline will be something of the past.
â€œDiscipline is the key to success in anything in life and more so in footballâ€, the former Wa all stars and Kotoko trainer told to GHANASoccernet.com
â€œOne of things we will ensure we adhere to is the discipline level in camp, sleeping hours and all that will be strictly adhered as we seek to get the best out of our player.
â€œWe have always had the co-operation from our players and we will ensure that the level that has seen us chop success in the past is maintained to set us towards another remarkable tournament.â€
Ghana face tough opponents at the tournament when they engage USA, Germany and Portugal in Group G.