Frank Acheampong insists Ghana players should remain relaxed despite being drawn against a tough Egypt team in the 2014 World Cup playoffs.
The Black Stars will have to account for the record Africa Cup winners in order to book a place at next year’s World Cup in Brazil.
Ghana will host Egypt in the first leg before travelling to face the Pharaohs in the crucial return encounter.
The tough tie has raised anxiety amongst many Ghanaian soccer fans especially with Egypt’s superior record against the Black Stars.
But winger Frank Acheampong is calm over the draw but says the Black Stars must aim at getting goals in both legs in order to qualify.
“For us the players, there is no anxiety but I understand this is football and anything can happen,” he told Metro FM.
“It is only important we get to score goals wherever we play the match to help us qualify.”
Egypt remain the only side with a 100 percent record in the series ahead of the clash against Ghana.
The Black Stars will be at home in October before hitting the road for the second leg match a month later.