Great Olympics coach Annor Walker has targeted a top four in the Ghana Premier League this season.
Walker set the same target for last season but placed sixth two points adrift of a top four finish.
This season, their campaign got off to an unimpressive start as they drew 1-1 with Real Tamale United.
Despite their inability to comfortably beat the newly-promoted club, Walker’s confidence remains intact.
“What I’m seeing has also given me the confidence. It is the same target that I have put before me that at least I have to be in the top four. But like I always say, if God gives me 1st or 2nd I’ll thank the almighty. So my target is to be in the top four,” Walker said.
“For now those I have had have made me happy in a way. I am only looking at my first match then I conclude. I am happy that I have replacements. But what I have seen has also given me the confidence,” Walker said.
Olympics’ next game against another new entrant as they host Accra Lions.
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