The Asante Kotoko team have moved to camp ahead of their Premier League clash with Heart of Lions on Sunday.
The champions are still in the hunt for their first win of the season having drawn their first two games.
The Porcupine Warriors are determined to pick up all three points at home against Lions to appease their increasingly frustrated supporters.
The team thus moved straight to camp at a concealed location immediately after Friday’s training session at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in order to maximize the concentration of players in achieving a victory on Sunday.
“We decided to go to camp a day earlier than usual to give the boys the need rest and concentration ahead of the (Heart of) Lions game on Sunday,” the club’s spokesman Listowell Yesu Bukarson told MTNFootball.com.
Kotoko goes into the weekend’s game boosted by the return of their substantive coach Mas-Ud Dramani who was absent for the first two games due to national team engagements.
He led Ghana’s U-17 women’s team to an historic bronze medal feat at the World Cup in Azerbaijan.