Hearts of Oak mercurial midfielder Emmanuel Netley has stated categorically clear that, his side look poised and determined to grind maximum points heading into their subsequent matches and move on to win the GPL for the first time since 2009.
The Phobians had their title winning hopes thrown in limbo over the weekend after been held to a 1-1 stalemate by Great Olympics at the Ohene Gyan Stadium.
The 26 year old netted a thunderbolt which looked like winning the game for the 'Phobians' but a late Maxwell Abbey's equaliser shared the points among the sides in the end.
Hearts of Oak are currently found at the summit of the league with 50 points, tied with arc rivals Asante Kotoko but lead the log with goal difference.
With six matches to end the season, Emmanuel Nettey has disclosed they are ever ready to battle it out with every team for the league this season as they anticipate to end the club's ten year trophy drought hoping to win all their subsequent matches regardless the opposition.
'Yes! we are ready to beat any side, thats all," Nettey told Pure FM.
"We are ready to pick it match after match, ready for our three points. We don't care whom we are playing with. We are coming on the field with just one motive; to get the maximum three points at end of the game," he concluded.
The 'Rainbow club' will host Medeama SC in the capital this weekend, in a herculean match-week 29 task of the ongoing campaign.