Ebusua Dwarfs head coach, Ernest Thompson says the aim for a top six finish remains on course.
The Cape Coast based have gathered 23 points from 18 matches and lie 12th on the league table.
Ernest Thompson said:
“Right from the commencement of the league, I think we set a target of at least being in the top six.
“We still stick by that and that is what I said earlier.
“That is why we roped in these guys [new players] to come and help achieve the target.
“We have not actually altered our target, we are actually maintaining the target and by the close of the league we should in the top six.
“Currently we are lying 9th on the league log which is not a bad position.
“We could have done better, still there is more room for improvement.
“We know second round is going to be very tough and we will go back to the drawing board to correct everything that went wrong in the first round.
“We signed these players with the sole aim of beefing up the team in positions we realized we had challenges at a point in time.
“So it is a very strategic signings.
“Doing strategic signings does not mean the players can just come and walk into the team.
“It means that they have to come and work hard as well.
“As much as it is a strategic signing, you don’t just walk into a team.
“You still have to fight for your position and make sure that you make a name for yourself as well.
“Yes the signings are very strategic but they don’t just walk into the team.
“It will be based on their performance as well.” Ernest Thompson said.
Dwarfs have another tough match-day 19 task against Techiman Eleven Wonders on Friday April 9 at the Cape Coast Stadium.
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