Promising midfielder Michael Anaba says he is more confident the Black Satellites will reach the 2013 African Youth Championship after a resounding 4-1 win over Morocco.
The Ghanaians were in devastating form on Sunday when they thrashed their North African opponent in the first leg tie at the Tamale Sports stadium.
A brace from Thailand-based Frank Acheampong, Frank Sarfo Gyamfi and captain Lawrence Lartey has put the team in the driving seat ahead of the return fixture in Rabat in two weeks time.
The Asante Kotoko impressive enforcer is optimistic they can kill off the game in the reverse fixture.
“We were nervous going into the game partly because we were playing the first leg at home and needed to win convincingly,” Anaba told GHANAsoccernet.com
“But after scoring 4-1, I believe the sky will be the limit for this team. We know they will be tough in the second encounter but we are now more confident than ever.
“We have one hurdle to scale and we will do our best to ensure we qualify to the African Youth Championship.
“The team is in high spirit and that really excites all of us.”
Ghana were without a number of regulars including Baba Abdul Rahman, Joseph Alfred Duncan and Mumuni Abubakar.
The 2013 African Youth Championship will be held in Algeria.