Hearts of Oak has moved on quickly from the disappointment of last week's loss at Dormaa as it prepares for Sunday’s Mantse derby clash with Great Olympics at the Accra sports stadium.
The Phobians are eager to bounce back to winning ways by beating city rivals Great Olympics, according to communications director Kwame Opare Addo.
Hearts of Oak have picked up six points from their first five games of the season having tasted their first defeat of the season against Aduana.
While Great Olympics have just two points and are yet to win a game this season.
"We respect Olympics a lot but we don't fear them a bit. If they want to turn around their season it wont be against us," Kwane Opare Addo told Accra based HAPPY fm.
"Because we're willing to prove to everybody that even though we fell in our previous match we are capable of coming back at all time, and once we have the strength to do it, we'll comeback against Olympics in grand style. "
"It's rather unfortunate for them to be meeting us at this time of their struggles, but we'll deepen their woes for them."