By Patrick Akoto
Hearts coach Mohammed Polo is confident that his side have what it takes to end their long wait for silverware.
The capital-based side last won a Premier League trophy in 2008, ending a period of great prosperity.
While Mohammed Polo’s men have been there and about at times, they have been unable to complete the job and add to their trophy cabinet.
The Accra-based side are very much in the running for the League crown this year, even though they find themselves 10 points behind leaders and arch-rivals Kotoko.
“I have always believed that we can win the League title. The title is far from over and so we’ll keep fighting,” he said
“There are many games ahead with many points on the table. Anything can happen and so we’re not folding up our dreams at all.
“We must keep the sprit high and try to win the rest of the remaining matches.”
Hearts will host Ebusua Dwarfs on Wednesday hoping to keep the heat on their sworn-rivals.