Hearts of Oak Legend Amankwaah Mireku has advised the club’s supporters to lower their expectation despite the teams good run of form in the Ghana Premier League.
The Phobians last won the league title in 2009 which Kosta Papic played a major role in it though he left with few matches to the end of the season.
Papic return has seen an upturn in the club’s performance and at the moment, they are positioned 4th with 3 points behind leaders Karela United.
Due to their form, the fans believe this is the time to end their long league trophy drought.
However, Amankwaah Mireku says it will be too early to think about the league.
“The supporters should know they are not there yet. For me, the supporters should assess the team and not think about winning the league meanwhile we have not completed the first round of the league. They should keep supporting that is their job.”
The former CAF Confederation Cup winner with Hearts also advised the coach and the players to keep their momentum and hope for the better.
“And the coach, as well as the players, should also keep working. Until you get what you want, never to stop. Because the better your position the tougher the league becomes. So I think they should take it a match after match but keep their composure, keep this performance and the sky will be their limit.”