Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac has rallied support for the team ahead of next month's 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia and South Africa.
Black Stars are back in strong contention to qualify for the global tournament in Qatar next year following important victories early this month.
They secured two wins over Zimbabwe in Cape Coast and Harare respectively to remain one point behind South Africa heading into the last two games.
Ghana will travel to face Ethiopia before concluding their group stage campaign with a home meeting with Bafana Bafana - a match many believe will determine which country tops the group and qualify for the play-offs.
“I must say that I am happy because I am getting lots of support and one of my goals is to make people of Ghana happy because football is life here and for Ghana to qualify to the World Cup, it is something that the whole country will be extremely happy and ecstatic about that. As I have managed to do that in the past, I hope we will be able to do this again so I will do everything I can to make the whole nation happy, this is my target and mission so nothing else matters and the only way we can succeed is if we do this together,” the Serbian tactician said.
“Government, GFA, players, technical team, fans and media, we all have the same agenda and want the same thing so if we support each other as we did in the past, I feel we are on the right path and if we manage to do that in the last, why can’t we do that again. Everything is in our hands and with the support and unity, desire and determination and the fact that we are ready to fight and give our best for this country, I think we can achieve great things in the future.”
Milovan has been promised a $300,000 bonus package if qualification to World Cup is achieved.
He qualified Ghana to the 2010 World Cup in his first spell.