Head coach of Accra Great Olympics, Annor Walker says he is not giving up on winning the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League title for the club.
The two times Ghana Premier League champions have been impressive from the start of season.
After resuming his duties as the head coach of the club, the veteran in a post-match interaction with the media, said he has his eye fixed on the league title.
“From the start of the season, I said our aim is to finish in the top four but I think things have changed.
“For me, I will be happy to steer the club to win the Ghana Premier League title. Everyone will be happy when we are able to do this.
“The supporters will want to see this come to pass but it will also take hard work and I believe in my players,” he added.
Annor Walker has been without the club for the past one month due to illness but returned to the team on Tuesday.
Olympics currently sitting on the 2nd point on the league with 24 points after 14 matches played.