New Hearts of Oak Chief Executive Frederick Moore insists he has the requisite know-how to restore the club's glory days.
The club on Thursday announced that Moore, relatively unknown in Ghana football, will be replacing American Mark Noonan who quit after 377 days at post.
"The news came as no surprise because I have been a Phobian since day one. I know we are not where we used to be but am convinced things will change,'' Moore told Kumasi-based Sikka FM.
"I know Ghana football and understand where we (Hearts of Oak) need to be and the direction we need to go"There are measures and I have done it in a lot of organizations.
"I am passionate about football and with my presence at Hearts, I believe we can do better "I am assuring commitment in raising the Oak tree again.
"What I can assure supporters is, a Phobian is back and we are heading towards the top not only in Ghana but at international levels.''