Ghana Captain Andre Ayew is confident about his team's chances at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The 32-year-old believes the Black Stars can cause an upset at the Mundial after being paired in Group H with the likes of Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea.
“We have a chance, nobody sees us as favourites, which is expected,” Ayew said in an interview with Aljazeera.
“So we’re not going into any of the matches as favourites, but we’re there to fight and make an impact.
“No doubt it will be a very difficult group for every team, and all we have to do is to be ready, focused, determined, full squad and have a bit of luck.
”If we have our full squad, we can seriously disrupt a lot of teams. I am not concerned because I know what Ghana is capable of.”
Ghana have boosted their squad ahead of the competition with the likes of Tariq Lamptey, Inaki Williams, Patric Pfeiffer, Ransford Yeboah and Stephan Ambrosius switching nationality in other to play for the team.
The Black Stars lost to Brazil 3-0 in an international friendly on Friday to prepare for the World Cup in Qatar.
The Oddo Atto led-side will conclude their World Cup preparations with games against Nicaragua and Switzerland.