Asante Kotoko team manager Godwin Ablordey has defended the clubâ€™s planned acquisitions for the second half of the season.
The champions intend bringing in Isaac Boakye, Larbie Coomson and Rahim Ayew to bolster their squad for upcoming competitions.
Kotoko will be challenging in three fronts â€“ the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League.
And Ablordey believes the earmarked re-enforcements are needed to keep the side fresh as they look to further their course on all fronts.
â€œWe will be playing in the league, the Champions League and the FA Cup and therefore we need enough cover in all departments,â€ Ablordey told Metro FM.
â€œInjuries can set in and therefore the need to replenish and that is why we are bringing the likes of Isaac Boakye, Larbie Coomson and Rahim Ayew.
â€œThese players come in with a lot of quality and I believe they will help a great deal in making our team very strong for challenges ahead.â€
Kotoko have the close of Monday to complete the registration of the earmarked players in order to make them eligible to compete on the local front.