Board member of Hearts of Oak, Frank Nelson has opened up on the club’s performance this season.
The Phobians, who won treble last season are 4th on the league table with 44 points – 12 points behind first placed and rivals Asante Kotoko.
They face Dreams FC in the FA Cup semi finals tomorrow in Accra and Frank Nelson is sure of at least retaining that title if the league title becomes an impossibility.
“When you are a champion, you are a potential danger so everybody will know how you did it and nobody is in line for jokes.
“So it is going to be a little bit of challenge so if you make a little bit of mistake, you put yourself under stress so.
“I think that the Africa [CAF Champions League, CAF Confederation Cup] we went, not that it’s a problem but our boys were young and there is no so much exposure in terms of exposure in terms of traveling outside.
“But we are learning stage by stage so I think that it’s [league title chase] not over, somebody will say it’s over but I look at it and it’s not yet over.
“We won the treble last season and we are still in contention and we are in third position and the points difference between us and the top is 12 points and we are still in the FA Cup so nothing wrong.
“We will fight and still make sure that we bring smiles to the supporters and I believe if we don’t catch up with the league, we will catch up with the FA Cup.
“Definitely what we are looking for is to make sure that we deliver a trophy for the season to the club.” Frank Nelson told Radio Gold Sports.