Ghana Football Association President, Kurt Okraku has charged the Black Stars to end the country’s trophy drought at the next Africa Cup of Nations.
Ghana secured qualilication for the continential event scheduled for January 2024 in Ivory Coast, after beating Central African Republic on Thursday.
The senior national team is yet to win a major trophy since 1982.
The last AFCON tournament ended in a disaster with just a point attained from three matches.
“Few months ago, we were at the AFCON, it didn’t work,” Kurt said.
“So we have an opportunity to go to the AFCON and to make it work. Let’s keep that in mind. We want to go to the AFCON and make it work.”
Ghana take on Liberia in an international friendly on Tuesday at the Accra Sports Stadium.