The Phobians have turned on a gear as they mount a bid for the GPL title, having won their last three matches which has seen them jump to second on the stairs, just two points behind the leaders Asante Kotoko with nine matches to end the season.
And, Coach Boadu insists they will not be carried away by their recent surge in form and do not want any distractions as we near the end of the campaign.
The former Medeama SC helmsman said after last Sunday's 2-0 victory over Elmina Sharks in Accra that, the focus is on the rest of the matches ahead, plan for it and win them.
This he added, is what will help the team as they seek to achieve their aim for the season.
"I can say we are still on course because we want to achieve something big for the club", Coach Boadu said.
He added: "I believe in my boys and they have my trust and together, we will deploy the right tactics that will make it possible for us to win those matches ahead and fulfill our target for the season".
The Phobians will next play Eleven Wonders at Techiman as the GPL Matchday 26 matches are cleared this weekend.
The game will be played at the Ohene Ameyaw Park and, will be shown live on television on Friday afternoon.
Coach Boadu will hope to guide his charges to another three points in this encounter to keep their hopes for the season alive.
A win for the Phobians will see them jump to the top of the table ahead of the rest of the Matchday 26 matches on Saturday and Sunday.
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