The Ghana FA has rubbished reports they are in contact with Milovan Rajevac to replace Kwesi Appiah ahead of a potential 2014 World Cup berth in Brazil.
It was claimed in the Ghanaian media over the weekend that the FA had tabled a mouth-watering offer to re-engage the Serbian trainer if the Black Stars secure their place in the South American country.
The reports came despite the fact Ghana already have a coach in the shape of Kwesi Appiah who has guided the team to the play-offs.
Ghana FA spokesman Ibrahim Sannie Daara has denied the reports insisting they have absolute faith in the ex-Black Stars captain.
“The reports are palpably false. We have not even contemplated on changing our coach,” the former BBC sports Journalist told Asempa FM
“We don’t know where these reports are coming from. The FA has been impressed with his performance. We don’t have any plans to change him.
“We’re focused on qualifying to the World Cup. We want to unite the nation ahead of a simple goal of making it to Brazil.
“We don’t need such stories at this time. The FA is impressed with coach Kwesi Appiah and we believe he will send us to the World Cup.”
Rajevac guided the Black Stars to clinch silver at the 2010 African Cup of Nations but stepped down in the wake of their quarter-final exit from the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.