Asante Kotoko legend, Kwesi Appiah has implored the hierarchy of the club to keep the current players for the next three years to help reclaim the lost glory.
The Porcupine Warriors following the truncation of the 2019/20 football season have made huge changes with the aim of restoring the pride of the club.
A new 12 member board of directors have been instituted by Manhyia with Nana Yaw Amponsah acting as the new Chief Executive Officer of the club.
But the former Black Stars gaffer beleives in reaching their goal, the current crop of players must be kept to fight to win laurels.
"Everyone must play his role very well in Kotoko reclaiming its lost glories but the supporters have the greatest of the role to play. They put pressure on coaches and management for results," he told Kumasi FM.
"Everyone must have patience as we find ways of keeping our players for at least two or three years and how the technical team and management will work effectively.
"If all these things are put in place very well and the supporters exercise patience for the technical team to work on the team, automatically the target of winning trophies on the continent in the next two or three years will materialize.
"We cannot just sign players, assemble them and dream of winning trophies because we are Kotoko," he added.
Meanwhile, Kotoko will represent Ghana in the 2020/21 Caf Champions League.