Ghana coach Avram Grant says he is very pleased with what he has seen of his new players.
The Israeli has lauded the attitude of the players as they intensify preparations in Spain ahead of the start of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations on January 18.
The 59-year-old has supervised the team’s training session in the last couple of days and says he’s been impressed with their work ethics.
For the moment, the attitude is good, the players look very exciting with passion to do well for the country,” Grant told the Ghana FA website
“We want to train well, we want to practice more on the aspect of football. It’s a short time but it’s enough time because the players are professionals, most of them are playing abroad. We want to put the team together in the aspect of the atmosphere, spirit, tactic and strategy.
“All the squad now are in the age that they can play in the next African Cup and the World Cup. We are building the first step of something good for the future.”