Milovan Rajevac was officially unveiled as Ghana head coach for a second spell on Friday.
The Serbian tactician takes over from Charles Akonnor, who was relieved of his duties after the loss to South Africa in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
The 67-year-old is back in football after spend the last four years without a job, while this is second stint with the team after his spell between 2008 and 2010.
Rajevac's first task will be the upcoming back-to-back World Cup qualfiiers aganist Zimbabwe, who are to taste a win after their opening two games in Group G.
“When you get to the World Cup you realise this is the biggest achievement," Rajevac said, according to Ghanasoccernet.
"We all have to work together; GFA, technical team, media and supporters. The last time we did it, we did it together. I believe we can deliver,” the Serbian coach concluded.
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