Under-fire Hearts coach Mohammed Polo insists his players are fully behind him and ready to reverse their current patchy campaign.
Polo went bulging neck-vein ballistic after his side’s 3-0 home defeat to Wa All Stars on Wednesday in the First Capital Plus Premier League.
He accused them of sabotaging his efforts and singled out defender Kwaku Andoh for criticism.
But after reflections, the ex-Ghana international held an open forum discussion with his players for them to voice out their challenges and move forward.
“The players are responding well in training and looking to have a point to prove,” Polo said on Accra-based Happy FM.
“We spoke and every body is clear in his mind about the situation of the club now hopefully we can transform our training hunger into machines.”
Hearts will be out to avoid a third successive defeat when they travel to Dormaa to face Aduana Stars on Sunday.