Black Stars deputy captain Andre Ayew says qualifying to the semi-final is nothing special hence urging the team to fight for the ultimate.
Ghana grabbed a semi-final place after beating DR Congo 2-1 last Sunday.
The team thus makes it to their sixth successive semi-final berth at the Cup of Nations.
Ayew who scored Ghana’s winning goal against DR Congo is eying the ultimate.
“We have progressed in the competition, we need to look at what is ahead,” he told Metro TV.
“We made it to the semi-finals, it is good but is not anything special, we need to fight and get to the top,”
Ghana will take on four-time Champions Cameroon who also eliminated Senegal on penalty shoot-out.
The Black Stars are currently in Franceville preparing for the crucial tie on Thursday.
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