Samuel Tetteh is optimistic the Black Satellites will deliver the goods as they come up against Argentina in the ongoing FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand.
The U-20 side of Ghana needed a late equalizer from Yaw Yeboah's penalty kick to settle for a one all draw against Austria in their opening game, which was dominated by the Europeans.
The team has come under severe criticisms from soccer pundits and enthusiasts, after failing to live to the billing.
However, the giant striker has assured all Ghanaians that although the Argentina hurdle is going to be a tough one, they will emerge victorious to enhance their chances of booking a place in the knock phase of the competition.
'People shouldn't judge us by our performance against Austria. It was a tough one and mostly first games a very difficult to play.
'We are ready for Argentina. Although they are considered as favourites, we have what it takes to beat them and we will do that,' Stephen Tetteh said.
Argentina the most successful nation in the history of this competition with six titles, enter this tournament as the South American champions, however Panama held them to a 2-2 draw in their opener.
Ghana will face Argentina at 7:00 GMT in Wellington on Tuesday.