Former Hearts of Oak defender Dan Quaye is confident the club will recover from their poor start and challenge for the Ghana Premier League.
The reigning champions lost for the first time this season against AshantiGold last Sunday to make it four games without a win.
“The league is young so I believe things will change for Hearts of Oak,” Quaye told reporters.
“Even last season, the team did not start well but they ended up winning the Ghana Premier League.”
“I know a team that started well and were on top of the table last season but at the end of the campaign Hearts of Oak overtook them and won the league.”
“I believe they are getting the match fitness after the defeat to WAC of Morocco. The league started not long ago and I trust the confidence level of the players will improve going forward.
“So, the advice I will give to the fans is to exercise patience with the team and I believe things will change.”
Hearts are now focused on their upcoming CAF Confederation Cup play-offs clash with Algerian side JS Saoura.
The first leg is scheduled for Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium.