Aduana Stars forward Yahaya Mohammed is unperturbed by the club's abysmal performance in the first half of the Zylofon Cash Premier League campaign.
The Ghana Premier League champions endured a torrid time in the first round of the season as they occupy 15th spot after accumulating 14 points from 12 games.
The Dormaa-based outfit sit 15th on the standings, but Yahaya believes it's nothing new in the game especially after winning the league in the previous season.
“It’s not a big problem, even clubs like Real Madrid and Barcelona struggle whenever they win the league in the previous season. We are working hard to turn things around and defend our title” Yahaya told the Media
"We the seniors players in the team are trying very hard to talk the young players in the team not to lose hope. Some of us have experienced some of these things. This is the time the young ones will need us in order not to lose hope. I’m confident we can bounce back.”
Aduana will have to do their homework well and return in full force was the league resumes.