Newly-appointed Accra Hearts of Oak head coach and director of football, Kim Grant, has branded the Phobian side as the best in the country.
Coach Grant, who was unveiled by the club in Accra on Wednesday, said he was influenced to takeover the club as the technical head due to the rich history of the Phobians.
Addressing the media at the unveiling, coach Grant expressed commitment to ensuring Hearts restore its glorious days and regaining its rich history.
He, however, noted that the club needs stability to attain its targets which he said could be achieved collectively.
"This is the biggest club in the country and I challenge myself to be part of it. My decision to join Hearts was influenced knowing I was joining the best.
"I am committed to putting my rich history to bear to ensure the club restore and regain its past glorious by winning trophies which could only be achieved collectively," Grant said.
Meanwhile, the former Ebusua Dwarfs and Elmina Sharks trainer said he was looking forward to a very challenging work ahead and called on a collective effort by the technical team to to achieve success.