Hearts of Oak Defender Vincent Atingah insists the players have put their 1-0 win over Berekum Chelsea behind them as they concentrate on future challenges.

The Phobians returned to the summit of the Premier League after ending Chelsea’s four year unbeaten home run.

Hearts relinquished top spot after their matchday 6 defeat to Wa All Stars.

But towering center-back Atingah, who was an unused substitute against Chelsea, says the players are not celebrating their rise to the top of the league.

“The win was important for us because it has helped us to overcome what happened in our game against Kotoko,” he told Hearts News.

“We are not celebrating yet going on top of the table but we will continue to work hard to make sure we maintain the lead.”

Hearts will host Sekondi Hasaacas on matchday 12 at the Accra Sports Stadium on Wednesday.

The Phobians have been bolstered by the return of injured duo Samudeen Ibrahim and Thomas Abbey.

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