Moro Abubakar has hailed the training method of Herbert Addo at Hearts of Oak.
Hearts lost to neighbours Tema Youth 2-1 in a friendly exercise on Wednesday as they prepare for the start of the new season.
The capital-based side have been less busy in the transfer market, focusing on restructuring the side after releasing four senior players.
Abubakar has been impressed with the work ethics of the former Inter Allies coach and has rallied support for him.
“He is a fantastic coach no doubt about it. He has been here for few weeks and already everybody is starting to get use to his style,” he said
“I believe he will succeed at this great club but he needs the collective support from everybody.
“Everybody must play their part to ensure we reach the promise land.
“The scoreline against Tema Youth is not important. It was a useful exercise and we look forward to this season.”
The former Might Jets enforcer is a free agent but has declared his intention to re-sign for the Ghanaian giants.