The Black Stars, touted as one of the huge favourite for the title flattered to deceive as they could only placed a disappointing fourth in South Africa.
The players came under massive criticism from local fans for their failure to win the much-needed crown at the continental showpiece.
With a crucial World Cup qualifier against Sudan looming, the Liberty Professionals man insists the players have put their disappointment behind them to win massively against their opponent.
“We were all disappointed because we couldn’t win the title, but those are behind us now,” Agyei told Radio XYZ
“We’re focused on the crucial World Cup qualifiers. Every Ghanaian wants to see us in Brazil and so we’re determined to ensure we don’t disappoint them again.
“The World Cup is our goal now and so we should forget about what happened in South Africa and forge ahead.”
The Ghanaians are trailing 2012 African champions Zambia by three points and must negotiate their remaining four games to advance to the play-offs.