Ghana U20 coach Sellas Tetteh loves the work ethic of his players at a pre-FIFA U20 World Cup tournament.
The Black Satellites are in New Zealand and began their campaign in a 4-2 win of Qatar.
Ghana will open their campaign in Group B against Austria on 30 May before facing Argentina and Panama.
Tetteh, who led the team to finish third at the last World Cup in Turkey two years ago, is determined to do well.
?We want to train well and practice more on the aspect of football. We want to put the team together in the aspect of the atmosphere, spirit, tactic and strategy,? the former Rwanda coach told Goal.com
?All the squad now are in good shape, we are still expecting some of the foreign-based players we called up to join the rest of the team but for now we are good and the players are enjoying themselves.?