Hearts captain Mahatma Otoo wants a positive approach ahead of the start of the season round of the Ghana Premier League this weekend.
The capital-based side enjoyed a patchy run during the first period of the season and currently lie in the relegation zone with 15 points.
Hearts have taken advantage of the one-month break to sharpen the rough edges ahead of the resumption of the league this weekend.
They recorded a 3-0 win over Tamale Utrecht in the Ghana MTN FA Cup and the former Sporting Mirren attacker has urged his colleagues to restore their battered image beginning with victory against King Faisal.
"We all know what happend in the first round of the league and so it's time for serious business," Otoo said
"There are no room for excuses. We have to hit the ground running and start winning for our fans.
"They won't forgive us if we continue to break their hearts with below-par performances.
"We have a difficult game against King Faisal this Sunday and this is where the revival should start.
"Even though I didn't play in the last game against Faisal, I believe we have what it takes to beat them.
"I am just pleading with our supporters to come to the stadium in their numbers to support us."
Hearts shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw against the Kumasi-based side on the last day of the first round.