WAFA SC midfielder Kelvin Boakye Yiadom believes his side have done some remedial amount of work to be crowned Ghana Premier League champions for the first time in their history this season.
The Academy Boys will be playing in their fifth consecutive season since rejoining the top-flight under their new name.
New coach Prosper Narteh took charge just days ago but Yiadom says a lot of work has been done to make them title contenders.
''We started camping three months ago- we started our pre-season three months ago. So far so good, things have been really good for us from preparing within our technical training, tactically and mentally, we are up there,'' Yiadom told the club's Communication
''We have been able to do so many drills, that will take us to the different levels that we want to achieve by the start of this season.
''And I must say with how things are going, with our friendly matches we have played so far, we have achieved so many results that I'm really confident that by the start of this season we will maintain our reputation if not as the best then maybe as one of the best in this league. ''
🎥 Midfileder Kelvin Boakye Yiadom expects us to be title contenders.
''We’ve achieved so many results that I'm really confident that by the start of this season we will maintain our reputation if not as the best then maybe as one of the best in this league”. pic.twitter.com/1zOIaLQPBE
— WAFA SC (@WAFAcademySC) December 28, 2019
WAFA SC start their season on Sunday with a trip to Tarkwa to face Karela United.