Public Relations Officer of Hearts of Oak, Kwame Opare Addo believes Asante Kotoko is not a burden to them.
The Phobians defeated their regional revivals Great Olympics by 2:1 at the Accra Sports Stadium in the match day six fixture.
The defeat has leave Olympics at the bottom of the table without a win in the premier league.
Paul Acquah scored the first goal for Hearts of Oak. Benjamin Arthur equalized for the Olympics but defender Inusuah Musah scored a heart breaking goal to secure all three points for the Phobians.
Hearts will now play Tema Youth in the match day seven at the Tema Sports Stadium before they welcome the Porcupine Warriors to the Accra Sports Stadium in their match day eight fixture of the Ghana Premier League.
But Opare however believes beating Kotoko is not a burden to them.
“We have launched an operation to secure all three points in our next three matches.” He told Asempa FM
“The loss against Aduana Stars gingered the players to do something against Great Olympics and I was happy the players understood the tactics of Frank Nuttall.
“In our next game we are playing Tema Youth on Wednesday and from there we will think about Kotoko on Sunday.
“Kotoko is not a burden to us because they came from us. What we are thinking about now is how to beat Tema Youth on Wednesday.” He added.
The Phobians are currently at the 6th position with 9 points after match day six.