Aduana Stars forward Yahaya Mohammed has promised fans of the club to expect a positive change ahead of their outstanding game against Hearts of Oak on Sunday.
The 2018 Champions are yet to record a win this season after three draws and a defeat in their opening four games of the campaign.
They host Hearts of Oak at the Nana Agyemang Badu II Park on Wednesday in a match that was supposed to have been their opening game of the campaign.
It was postponed after players of Hearts of Oak tested positive for COVID-19.
“We wanted to turn things around yesterday [against Eleven Wonders] but unfortunately that didn’t happen,” said Yahaya Mohammed.
“But Wednesday you will see that things will change. The music will change,” he added.
Meanwhile, the Phobians seemed to have rediscovered their form after a thumping 3-0 victory over Dreams FC on Sunday.
The 'Ogya Boys' are currently 17th on the league table, a position they want to escape from as they welcome the 20 time champions.