Accra Hearts of Oak captain Robin Gnagne is back to the team after recovering from a troubling groin injury and he says the players will not be complacent against WAFA on Monday.

The Ivorian import has not tasted action for Hearts since match-day 1 of the 2016/17 season. Gnagne had to be substituted with barely 20 minutes on the clock after picking up a groin injury.

He has been missing for the last dozen games but he is fully fit now and has started full training.

“I am feeling good and I have been training for some time now,” Gnagne told

“I joined full training a couple of weeks ago and I have been working on my fitness. I feel like I am very close to getting back into the team and for now I can say I am just waiting for a run in a match.”

He added: “We are all happy and the team spirit is fine because of the recent wins over Kotoko but we will put that game behind us and focus on the WAFA game. We still remember what they did to us last season and we want to make up for it.

“It is not going to be easy and we are not going to be complacent or lose our guard. We will play and lift our game because WAFA are the league leaders and so we must fight to the end if we want to get the win.

“I am urging our fans to come to the stadium in their numbers to back the team so that we get the win. I have been impressed with the support they have been giving the team and we want them to continue for us. Support us and we will give you victories at all times.”