Asante Kotoko midfielder Michael is looking forward to Sunday’s clash against Heart of Lions and hopes to push on from a good momentum from Didi Dramani’s arrival.
The Porcupine Warriors have managed two points from their opening two games and occupy the ninth place.
The champions have been boosted by the arrival of head coach Mas-U Didi Dramani who guided Ghana’s female U-17 to win bronze in the 2012 Fifa U-17 Women’s World Cup.
Helegbe says spirits are high in the Kotoko camp, although he is anticipating a tough match against a Lions side that fought from behind to beat RTU 2-1 at the Kpando Park last weekend.
“The mentality of everyone has changed to next level since the coach arrived so we are much ready to pull the trigger,” Helegbe told Ghanasoccernet.com.
“Lions are great side so we have to fight really hard to beat them.”