Sulley Muntari believes Ghana is adequately prepared to secure a win over Guinea in the Nations Cup game on Wednesday.
The newly-signed AC Milan midfielder scored a screamer against the Syli Nationale in a 2-1 win in the 2008 finals opener at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The 27-year-old is however mindful of the qualities the Guineans possess and is under no illusion the Black Stars have their work cut-out in the final Group D clash in Franceville.
"It's been great, we are full of high spirits and we are very happy with what is happening now," he said.
"They (Guinea) are a very good side, they won six in their last match and they are a really good side collectively.
"We know exactly the team we are going to face so we are preparing ourselves in order to play well."
Muntari was named in the starting line-ups for Ghana's first two matches against Botswana and Mali but is likely to start Wednesday's game from the substitute's bench.