Legon Cities forward Jonah Attuquaye has urged the club to improve so they move up on the Ghana Premier League table as their current position is “very bad”.
After 21 games this season, Legon Cities are a place above the relegation zone in the 18-club league.
They drew 1-1 with Dreams at home in the last matchday, a result which prevented them from climbing two places to take up the 13th position.
On Saturday, they host title contenders Asante Kotoko at the Accra Sports Stadium, with Attuquaye hoping for a better result.
“We are well prepared because if you look at our last game against Dreams FC, we had a good game but we were not able to get the maximum three points.
But I think playing against Kotoko, where we are too on the league log is very bad of which everybody knows,” the exciting winger told the media team of the club in a pre-match interview.
He “For them, they lost their game against Medeama SC so I think it’s going to be a very crucial game. I think from what we are doing here [at training] we are going to win the match.”
Attuquaye has scored four goals in 20 league games this season.