The Phobians lead arch rivals Asante Kotoko on goal difference at the top of the ladder with the two giants level on 46 points with eight games to end the season.
And Fatawu Mohammed who hopes to lead Hearts to a first top-flight title in over a decade, said, they are determined to hold on to this position and become champions this season.
He told the club's media that: 'As current players of this football club, we hope to make the most of our current position on top of the GPL and, we will not be distracted by any means".
Fatawu Mohammed will lead Hearts of Oak in search of a fifth win on the bounce on Sunday as they seek to consolidate their leadership of the stairs.
The Phobians will come up against Berekum Chelsea at the Accra Sports Stadium knowing a win could help them extend their lead on top of the league with Kotoko facing a difficult trip to Dormaa-Ahenkro to play Aduana Stars at a venue they have never won at.
A win for Hearts this weekend, will be enough to see them extend that lead if Kotoko fails to win at the Nana Agyemang Badu I Park on Saturday.
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