Eleven Wonders defender, Joseph Adu Dwomoh has made a clarion call to the playing body to unite in a bid to retain their top flight status.
Wonders fought from a goal down to draw 1-1 in week 19 against former champions, Berekum Chelsea at the Ohene Ameyaw Park on Monday.
Wonders went down very early in the game when Osei Owusu took advantage of their sloppy defending to lob home the opener with just two minutes played.
Moro Sumaila was on hand to pull level for Wonders after the visitors failed to properly clear a floated corner kick on the 44th minute.
Joseph Dwomoh in a chat with StarTimes at pitch side said: “We have three things in a game of football, which are win, draw or a loss.
“If we did not lose and managed to pick a draw, we thank God. “It’s unfortunate we could not win, we wanted to win in order to move from our current position but that did not happen and it’s ok.
“We the playing body communicate very well on the need to train hard to escape relegation.
“We don’t like our current standing [on the league table], we are not happy with it. “We want to secure a better position, we need to work hard and concentrate.” Joseph Dwomoh told StarTimes.
They currently sit 17th on the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League table with 20 points from 19 matches and will next make a trip to Tarkwa as guests of Medeama in week 20.