Ghana FA boss Kwasi Nyantakyi insists a Black Stars win in the remaining 2014 World Cup qualifiers leading to qualification is non-negotiable.
Ghana will play the first of a double-header qualifier this month against Sudan on Friday.
The Black Stars will then travel to Maseru the week after to face Lesotho before returning home in September to play Zambia.
Ghana currently trail Zambia in Group D by a point with three games left.
And the Ghana FA boss has emphasized the importance of picking all three points in the remaining games to keep the Black Stars on track for a third successive World Cup appearance in Brazil.
“We are battle ready to confront the Sudanese tomorrow Friday 7th of June,” Nyantakyi said.
“We are very determined to ensuring we win this game because there is no alternative to any score line we will record than to win this game.
“It is very important in order to keep us on course to qualifying to the next World Cup in Brazil.
“We have to win against Sudan, we have to win against Lesotho, we have to win against Zambia.
“There is no dispute, there is no negotiation about what we expect to achieve.”
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