Asante Kotoko coach Mas-U Dramani insists no player ‘is indispensable’ amidst reports of a massive exodus to the hit the side at the end of the current campaign.
Several first team players are out of contract at the end of the season while others are already looking for more lucrative contracts elsewhere.
The Ghanaian champions have already lost influential forward Yahaya Mohammed who will be joining Libyan club Al Ahly next season.
But coach Mas-Ud Dramani says he is building an all-round team that does not depend on individuals.
“We are building an all-round team; we don’t depend on a single player,” he said.
“No player is indispensable. Under my regime I have created a friendly atmosphere so that we can work together to improve our performance.
“I am friends with everyone. I could be laughing with you and all that but when it comes to work I will take the right decisions that I believe will help the team.
“I will be a fool to depend on just one player and that is why we give every player the chance to play.”