Chief Executive Officer of Aduana Stars, Albert Commey believes that it will be a very big blow to them if they fail secure the Ghana Premier League title.
The Dormaa based club are chasing a second league title after winning on their debut in 2010 under the regime of experienced coach Herbert Addo.
Aduana Stars are currently second on the league table with four matches to end the season and with just a point one behind league leaders All Stars.
“If we don’t achieve the ultimate, it will be very disappointing because where we have gotten we are leaving no stone unturned,” Commey told Kapital radio in an interview.
“We do respect our other contenders like Asante Kotoko, Hearts of Oak and that of Wa All Stars and the rest.
“We have some tricky games but we will make sure that at least when the going gets tough, the tough must get going.
“So we are not too worried, we will take each game at a time and achieve it.”
Aduana Stars will play away to WAFA in the week 27 fixture of the Ghana Premier League.