Management Committee chairman of the Black Galaxies, Tony Aubynn has reiterated the team is focused and united ahead of the tie against Niger.
Having finished second in Group C with six points, Ghana will face their West African neighbours in the quarterfinal clash on Saturday at the Miloud Hadefi stadium in Oran with kick-off scheduled at 19:00GMT.
According to reports earlier this week, the players were dissatisfied in Algeria after a reduction in their bonuses.
However, Aubynn claims that all issues have been resolved ahead of the game.
“I have never seen a team that is so united like this, the players are working together so I am happy with the calmness and unity in camp," he said.
“Bonus issues have been resolved and I will thank the Sports Minister and his deputy and our FA President Kurt Okraku for the role played. I will plead with Ghanaians to pray and support the team because there are no issues in camp.
“Our attention is now on the quarterfinals and if we are able to beat Niger, I tell you, the trophy will come home,” he said.
Annor Walker’s men want to the championship for the first time. They got off to a shaky start, losing to Madagascar, but recovered to beat Sudan and are now three wins away from becoming champions.