Accra Hearts of Oak head coach Samuel Boadu has downplayed talks of the team winning the Ghana Premier League title this season despite their good start to the second round
Boadu who recently joined the team from Medeama as a replacemrnt for Kosta Papic says he is more focused on getting the team to familiarize themselves with his style of play.
With Hearts currently third on the table he highlighted that their focus is always their next opponents and not the title.
“Tactically we have a lot of work to do.
“The players are now coping with my system and philosophy.
“When they are used to it things will change.
“Winning one game after the other is our main goal.
“We are not thinking about winning the league but winning the next game.
Hearts have scored six goals and conceded none in the two games that Boadu has been in charge of.