Defender Robin Gnagne insists Hearts will give arch-rivals Kotoko a good run for their money, despite losing groundsÂ in the title race.Â
The capital side trail their arch-rivals by 12-points with 12 games left to play to end the season.
Kotoko will go fifteen points clear on Wednesday if they negotiate their First Capital Premier League tie against city rivals King Faisal, with Hearts not in action until next week.
Fellow defender Nuru Sulley has conceded the Premier League crown to their opponent, however, the Ivorian insists the fight is not over.
â€œNo, we are not under pressure playing at home. We have put a lot of stuffs behind us and we still have to fight to make our fans happy, he told the clubâ€™s official website.
"We do not underrate anybody, we just wanted to fight and get the three points. This match is gone and we have to focus on the next game. We still have to fight because it is still not over for us.
"The fans should not be down, we are still working. We are going to bounce back."
The former African champions will host Amidaus Professionals on Sunday March 8 before they travel to Tarkwa to face Medeama next Wednesday.