In-form Ghanaian midfielder, Yaw Yeboah remains confident ahead of Wisla Krakow's trip to Polish Ekstraklasa leaders Lech Poznan on Friday.
The 24-year-old believes Wisla has a strong squad to end Poznan's unbeaten start to the season.
Wisla Krakow are four points behind leaders Lech, and the Polish player for the month of August, Yeboah, is optimistic of his side's chances.
"I don't feel much pressure before this match. We know our worth. I know that Lech Poznań is a good team, but I focus primarily on myself, on what I have to do," he told Gazata Krawskova.
"Our team counts, and I think we are strong enough at the moment that we can win this league with any team. I believe that on Friday it will also be a very good match for us," added Yeboah.
Yeboah was in Ghana's team for the World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia and South Africa, and looked lackluster in the 2-2 draw against Lechia Gdansk.
"It's true, I was in Ghana, South Africa, I traveled a lot, then I came back to Poland, but I felt quite fresh. You have to organize everything in your head. When everything is alright, the body also works properly. And I am very positive about playing for the club, in the national team," said the Ghanaian.
"This is my profession, I try to do my best and I want to give as much as possible to my club. I think on Sunday I was ready for 90 minutes of play and I played that much because the coach changed me only at the very end of the game."