President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt Okraku says that the FA is yet to appoint Dutchman Patrick Greveraars as the second assistant coach despite making an announcement.

The Dutchman was announced as the second assistant coach of the Black Stars after he was recommended by the head coach C.K Akonnor and was approved by the Executive Council.

Greveraars has been present in Ghana the last few weeks and was present during the Black Stars' last two matches against Morocco and Ivory Coast.

According to the GFA boss, he has been impressed by the work ethic of the Dutchman since joining the team.

“We have not made an appointment yet, but he comes across as someone who knows his business," he told TV3.

“He was recommended to the council by the head coach, C.K Akonnor and he had a meeting with him before the FA met with him and we believe that per what we have heard and read via background checks, he has the capacity to offer something special to our team if finally, we are able to get hold of him.

“I think from what I have seen so far, it’s been a positive addition to the team and we are looking forward to having further talks with him and having him work with Ghana in the shortest possible time," he added.

The Black Stars will next play in September in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia before facing South Africa.