Accra Great Olympics coach, Annor Walker has vowed to end the dominance of Ghana’s two biggest clubs, Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko.
Walker, who has shaped Great Olympics into title contenders, led his side to hold Karela 1-1 at the Crosby Awuah Memorial Park in match day 27.
The points difference between Olympics, 44 , Hearts and Kotoko , 46 , is just two but the two leaders have week 27 game to clear.
The former Berekum Chelsea trainer has promised to win the 2020/21 league if he captures the top spot.
“I want to get to the top of the ladder and if I should have won this [against Karela], that would have carried me up a bit then finish with Hearts then I will come on top of the table finally.
“If I should be there with three or five points, I think that will be the end of all of them.
“I will end up there taking the lead.” Confident Annor Walker said.
Great Olympics will have a go at another tough game against city rivals, Hearts of Oak which they beat 2-0 in the first round in Accra.
Hearts and Kotoko have 46 points in first with Olympics in 3rd on 44 points.
Hearts welcome Berekum Chelsea to Accra with Kotoko away to Aduana Stars at the Agyemang Badu Park for match day 27.
The week 28 fixture comes up on Sunday, June 6 at the Accra Sports Stadium.