Boakye Yiadom buoyant about Black Stars World Cup chances ahead of Uganda clash
Forward Richmond Boakye-Yiadom has expressed his upbeat about the Black Stars chances of qualifying for next year's FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Ghana's chances of making it to a fourth successive global football showpiece looks gloomy after collecting just five points from four games.
The four time Africa champions' slim hopes could be dashed should table toppers Egypt record a win against Congo at the Borg El Aram Stadium on Sunday.
However, Boakye-Yiadom is feeling buoyant about their chances of grabbing the sole ticket from the group.
"I always maintain that Ghana are one of the most talented countries in world football with good players. We always want to win, we always want to appear on the big stage, so I believe against Uganda we're going there for a victory," Boakye-Yiadom insisted.
"I have so much belief because if God can take David and make him a king of Israel, anything can happen along the way so we just have to believe and focus on our game."
The Black Stars are currently camping in Kenya ahead of their crucial clash against the Cranes of Uganda as the Mandela National Stadium, Namboole.