Hearts of Oak coach David Duncan says he is yet to settle on his first choice goalkeeper after four games into the new Premier League season.
Tetteh Luggard has been manning the post for the Phobians since the start of the season.
Concerns are however rife over Luggard’s competency after making some unpardonable mistakes in recent games.
Such concerns led to his substitution Hearts’ last game against Hasaacas, with Philemon McCarthy taking over.
Duncan however remains undecided over which of the two goalkeepers to be his first choice pick as he continues to monitor the progress of the duo.
“Lugard has improved vastly from last season, and that is what I am glad about,” he said.
“He [Luggard] made some errors and that is normal with some of the goalkeepers. Even the experienced ones make mistakes, and that is for sure. Again Philemon just recovered from an injury and it won’t be appropriate to rush him back.
“We have to study both goalkeepers as the season goes by so we will know who indeed the number one is but for now I don’t have a number one goalkeeper, because both of them are doing well.”