Aduana Stars goalie Joseph Addo has revealed his side's readiness ahead of the crunch CAF Confederations Cup game against AS Vita on Wednesday.
The two-time Ghanaian Champions will lock horns with the Congolese giants in their third group game and will looking to pick up all three points to enhance their chances of qualifying to the quarter-finals.
The Ogya lads began their Africa campaign on a losing note following a defeat to Ivorian side Asec Mimosa, however, they earned a point against Raja Casablanca after a 3-3 drawn game at the Nana Agyemang Badu II Park.
But the former Black Stars B shot-stopper claims the Dormaa based side is ready for former CAF Champions League winners.
"We have been training for over a month now so Aduana team is ready," he said in a pre-match interview.
Coach Yatsuhashi side will have to avoid the mistakes committed in their two matches so far in the competition if they are to pick the maximum points.
Addo, 27, is confident the team will be fully concentrated in the game.
"First it was not a bad performance, we did not lose the match, it was a draw," Addo recollects the draw against Raja.
"This is football, you can draw or lose at someones home."
"We drew here 3-3 because we lost concentration thats why we could not win the match, so we are focused now."
"I watch them against Asec and in the last three years I have a friend who has been watching them and knows more about them, so we speak alot,' he said.