David Duncan has no doubts he remains the best man to turn Hearts of Oakâ€™s season around.
Duncan, who took over from dismissed CK Akunnor has come under some amount of pressure in recent weeks to turn around their downward spiral.
Hearts lie at a parlous 13th position on the league table after recording three victories, five draws and suffered five defeats.
Irate supporters invaded the teamâ€™s training grounds and disrupted the session on Friday ahead of Sundayâ€™s home date against Medeama.
But the former Ashantigold trainer insists he has the ability to turn things around.
â€œI did not come to Hearts to play seven matches. Iâ€™m a problem- solver and I believe we can do it together if we put our minds to it,â€ Duncan said
â€œGo and check my record at Ashantigold. I was their longest serving coach and what I was able to do there are well-documented.
â€œI donâ€™t like to talk about individual players. We are in the process of building a team and it requires time to make it work.
â€œI will not bow out. I am here to do a specific job and I will do it.â€
Hearts could be pushed into relegation if they lose against the Mauves and Yellows at the Accra sports stadium this weekend.