Hearts striker, Cosmos Dauda, is confident his team are over their drabbing at WAFA as they prepare to take on Techiman City.
The Phobians could reclaim top spot against the Techiman this weekend should they win and Wa All Stars lose in Cape Coast.
Despite the thrashing and perceived low morale in camp, the leading top scorer of the club is confident his side have rectified their mistakes.
“We are fully prepared,” he told Adom Sports.
“We had a bad game at WAFA. It was not good. We are working on our mistakes and we know our lapses so we are working on them at our training sessions.”
“We are going into the Techiman game with a positive mind and we hope to come with a positive result.”
“It is not an option, it is a necessity. Anyone who comes to our homeground must feel our wrath.”
“We are going in with a new performance, every game has its own routine and we are looking up to it.”
Cosmos will be hoping for his first start after returning from injury against WAFA last week.
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