Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan says the team is poised for victory ahead of the do or die battle against Zambia in Kumasi.
The Al Ain striker says there are no injury worries ahead of the World Cup qualifier on Friday.
He told the Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II on Wednesday, everybody is fit and ready for the game.
His comments come days after he picked a thigh injury at training.
But the FA spokesperson Ibrahim Sannie Daara told media men on Wednesday, an MRI scan shows that the injury is not as serious as initially feared.
Gyan together with returnee Kelvin Prince Boateng underwent light training Wednesday as a precautionary measure ahead of the qualifier.
He told the Asantehene, who paid the team a visit on Wednesday that the entire team is ready for the Chipolopolo battle on Friday.
He called on Ghanaians to pray for the team ahead of the clash.
Meanwhile, the Zambians are yet to arrive in Ghana almost 24 hours to the epic encounter.
They had wanted to fly straight to Kumasi for the game but the Kumasi Airport could only take regional and not international flights.