Ghana midfielder, Thomas Teye Partey has insisted that the Black Stars will rediscover its form after recent declining form.
The country failed to make it to the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Russia after playing in Germany, South Africa and Brazil.
Kwesi Appiah has given players the chance to play for the country as part of his plans of building a formidable team ahead of the 2019 AFCON in Cameroon and beyond.
And Partey believes the team is on the resurgent hence will return to the top.
“We are working very hard to get back to the top, it is very disappointing we couldn’t make it to the World Cup,” he said at the Ghana Football Awards.
“But we are doing everything possible to get back as a strong team.
“There are new players in the team and everyone is trying to do his best for the team, so I believe we will come out as a better team.”
The Atletico Madrid star has recently been serving as the interim skipper of the Black Stars team after leading the side in the friendly matches against Japan and Iceland.