Former Hearts of Oak midfielder Charles Allotey has disclosed that arch-rivals Asante Kotoko have quality players than the Phobians.
Hearts have failed to clinch a major silverware since winning the 2009 Ghana Premier League title.
Allotey, who is the current coach of Cape Coast-based third-division club Shalom FC, is not impressed with the current crop of players at the Accra based side.
"Asante Kotoko has quality players than Hearts of Oak. The current crop of players at Kotoko are better than those at Hearts of Oak," Allotey told Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM.
The 40-year-old was part of the team that took Africa and Ghana by storm, winning the CAF Champions League, CAF super cup, FA Cup, and the Ghana premier league.
He was a member of the Ghana U-17 squad that won the 1995 FIFA U17 World Cup staged in Ecuador.