Head coach of the Black Stars Kwesi Appiah says he is overwhelmed by the level of unity in camp as Ghana prepares to face Kenya on Saturday in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.
The team arrived in Nairobi on Thursday with coach Kwesi Appiah and his 20 man squad after spending four days in Addis Ababa training for the weekend's encounter.
Ahead of the game on Saturday coach Kwesi Appiah has expressed delight in the level of unity in camp and believes Ghana will triumph at the end of the match.
"The kind of unism in camp is surprising.The absence of Victor Wanyama and Mariga Macdonald doesn't mean the game will be easy who knows,they might have equally better players so we won't underrate them in any way," he told Oyerepa FM in Kumasi.
"They could pull a surprise on us so we arming ourselves. "
"The kind of unity here sometimes surprises me. They move as a group ,do everything together and that's what we always want ,unism."
"The match won't be easy with their supporters behind them . it's something we are working on the psyche of the players on them. Our aim is to raise the flag of Ghana high."