Ghana's senior national team coach Avram Grant has declared that picking all three points remains his side target in Friday's 2018 World Cup qualifier clash with Uganda in Tamale.

Despite the fighting between Sport Ministry and the Ghana FA concerns rocking the team, the Israeli trainer assured Ghanaians that the Black Stars have enough quality to secure victory.

“We want to win here but it’s not an easy game; we know that we took only one point from six in the last Africa qualification from Uganda, so it’s a big challenge.”

“They are a very good side but we always want to show that we are strong. I don’t think it will be an easy game but our target is the same - to win and to do everything to be in Russia." Grant told the media.

“It is a group stage, so the most important… it’s a very tough group all the teams can qualify but we have our own wishes. We are playing against a very strong side and so the most important thing is that we will be ready on Friday”. Grant added

Egypt travels to Kintele to face Congo in the other Group E match on Sunday October 9.