David Duncan is unfazed by Hearts’ worst-ever display in the Ghana Premier League.
The Phobians have slumped to the relegation zone after losing 3-1 at home to Medeama on Sunday.
Hearts played some decent football but lack of purposefulness upfront cost them the maximum points at home.
And for David Duncan and Hearts, it adds up to their worst-ever Premier League display in the top-flight with fears among their teeming followers they could be relegated.
But the former Ashantigold trainer is refusing to throw in the towel.
“The game against Medeama was the usual creating opportunities and being unable to take them,” Duncan said
“We have to pick ourselves from where we have fallen and get back into the fray.
“We certainly need to do a lot of thinking and see where we go from here.
“No-one will pull out at this time. We need to keep fighting hard and see how it goes.”
It doesn't get any easier for Duncan. Hearts next match is a must win game against King Faisal at the Baba Yara stadium on January 6.