Ghana Football Association vice President George Afriyie admits the Black Stars have not been in their best of form in recent matches.
The Black Stars have failed to record a win in their last four games with all ending in a draw.
With the current position of the team, many have suggested for the exit of head coach Avram Grant.
George Afriyie who doubles as chairman of the Black Stars management committee says he is worried with the current trend.
“It is a big worry, we must admit that the team have been poor recently, and it is a big worry to every Ghanaian,” he Kasapa FM.
“I agree we need to sit him (Grant) down and let him know that everyone is worried about the performance of the team recently.
“I have a huge influence when it comes to that, whatever I say could be considered.”
Ghana will be in action on November 13 in Alexandria where they will take on Egypt in a must win 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier.