Medeama SC midfielder, Joseph Tetteh Zutah says the club must strengthen their squad to be able to compete favourably in the CAF Champions League next season.
The Mauve and Yellow won their first premier league title last season and represent the West African nation in CAF’s first tier club competition.
Zutah who served the club for several years before calling time on his career spoke to Radio Gold Sports.
“I know that we have also learnt from our mistakes and there are certain things that we want to do right.
“Because we know what it takes to compete there, we need to have quality in the team.
“Obviously we will make some quality inclusion to beef up the squad and see how best we can go.” Joseph Zutah told Radio Gold Sports.
Medeama collected 60 points, five better than second place and two time champions, Aduana Stars after 34 games of the BetPawa Premier League.