Asante Kotoko say they have begun early planning to make an impact on their return to Africa next year.
The Kumasi-based side will officially be crowned Ghana Premier League champions on May 27.
This feat will secure them a place in the qualifying rounds of the CAF Champions League in 2013.
Kotoko played in the Group stage of the 2008 Confederation Cup and have targeted to mark their return with impressive displays.
“We have started planning for Africa,” Kotoko coach Maxwell Konadu told the club’s official newspaper.
“We have two matches to end the season but having won the title already; we are putting measures in place for the Champions League.
”That is where our focus is; this is our main concern-playing and making a positive impact.”
But in-between that the Porcupine Warriors must defend their league table before playing in the qualifying round.
”We will organize ourselves well; play well and defend our title but within the same time, the objective will also to excel in Africa,” Konadu added.
”These are big tasks but we will work hard to achieve whatever target we set for ourselves.”
Kotoko last played in the Group stage of the CAF Champions League in 2006 where they failed to advance to the semi-final.