Hasaacas coach Kobina Amissah says he’s focused on rebuilding the side after just two games in the season.
The giants of the West staged a return to the Premier League after three seasons in the second-tier.
They are yet to win a game so far after recording two consecutive draws against Medeama and Ebusua Dwarfs respectively.
They are back in action this weekend where they host Aduana Stars at the Essipong stadium but coach Amissah says his pre-occupation is to build a crack side to make an impact this season.
“We’re still on a rebuilding exercise. I picked some of the players from several clubs and so naturally it will take time for them to understand each other,” Amissah said
“We’re confident about our chances this season. But we have to take one game after the other.
“At the moment, I’m building a team and so we need a little patience for the side to play cohesively.
“It has not been bad so far but we’ll get better as the season progresses.”
Hasmal are 11th on the table with two points from two games.