Mozambique's new coach Abel Xavier has shown Black Stars trainer Avram Grant the way by visiting all the clubs in the country's top-flight on their pre-season tour ahead of him naming his squad to face Ghana this month.
The Portuguese-Mozambican's move points exactly to the local concerns of the absence of the Israeli from the Ghana league where talents can also be found apart from players abroad.
With the Mozambican top-flight, Moçambola, yet to start, the country's clubs have been embarking on training tours ahead of the start of the new season.
With several players abroad, Xavier who was appointed just last month, opted to visit the clubs in their pre-season.
Even the clubs having their pre-season tours abroad were visited by the coach as he seek first hand information on the players likely to be called up for the Ghana game.
The last club to be visited by coach Xavier was União Desportiva de Songo who were camping in the South African town of Nelspruit.
He took the advantage of the visit to meet coach Artur Semedo - the current coach of União Desportiva de Songo - who previously coached the Mozambican national team.
They discussed the current state of the Mambas squad before watching the side in their friendly against the reserve team of Jomo Cosmos of South Africa.
Avram Grant has come under fire in Ghana for his absence from the country. He returned to Ghana over the weekend and has already monitored one league match in the new season.