Ex-Kotoko striker Shilla Alhassan has employed the Ghana FA to hire a strikers’ coach ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
The West Africans are drawn in a difficult made up of old foes USA and Germany as well as Portugal in group G.
The Black Stars qualified to the global piece after scoring 25 goals in eight matches.
But the former Real Tamale United goal machie insists more work needs to be done on the attacking proficiency of the team ahead of the tournament.
“We have a lot of former strikers in Ghana. Some of them are doing coaching courses so I will advise the GFA to just organize those ex-Ghanaian strikers to become strikers’ coaches in all the national teams,” he told Accra-based Power FM
“ I will be very happy with that. The World Cup is the biggest stage and so we cannot take chances.
“We have to go there with our best arsenals to ensure we lift the image of the country high.
“The striking department in my view, still needs to be work on.”
Ghana lost 1-0 to Montenegro in an international friendly last week.