Premier League giants, Accra Hearts of Oak, says they can't wait to have newly-appointed coach, Frank Nuttall, on the dugout when the club welcome Medeama SC to the Accra Sports Stadium in their Premier League encounter on Sunday.
The Phobians are in the process of securing a work permit for the Scottish trainer ahead of the clash on Sunday in order to allow him lead the team into the game.
Kwame Opare Addo, the Public Relations Officer of Hearts, denied rumours that the club has finalised coach Nutall's work permit to enable him coach the side on Sunday in an interview with Footballghana.
He however revealed that the Phobians have signed the Scot on a two-year deal and could only take charge against Medeama depending on how fast the Ghana Immigration Service secure him a work permit.
"We are keen on having him at the dugout for our match against Medeama but the only stambling black now is the work permit," Opare said.
"Nutall can only lead the team on Sunday depending how fast the Ghana Immigration Service can provide him with the work permit," he added.
Meanwhile, Hearts says coach Nutall, a former Gor Mahia trainer, has been tasked to win trophies for the club during his stay as the mission of the team is to continuing making its teeming supporters proud.