Chief Executive Officer, Frederick Moore has revealed that the club is focused on winning trophies in Ghana and conquer Africa in the shortest possible time.
The 19 times Ghana Premier League winners have struggled to make an impact in the past decade.
The came close to ending their trophy drought in 2017 but suffered a humiliation at the hands of rivals Asante Kotoko in the MTN FA Cup final losing 3:1 at the Tamale Stadium.
With tThe Pobiman academy project when completed will have a staff residence, senior housing unit, gym, training centres, laundry, swimming pool, lockers, toilet facilities, kitchen, as well as a dining hall is gradually progressing.
Also, the club has acquired a new bus, ditching the old one, which subjected them to public ridicule.
However, Moore admits the club must start doing the most important thing in football, that is, winning games and lifting trophies.
“We want to make sure that we lift a trophy in Ghana and conquer Africa and that is our big goal,” Moore said on Kumasi-based Pure FM.
“We need to be successful on the pitch because our core business is football and when we get to pitch, the question should be Hearts of Oak scored how many,” he added.
Hearts of Oak haven’t won a major trophy since 2009 when they won the Ghana Premier League title.