Hearts of Oak coach, Herbert Addo, is refusing to massage his ego as he reiterates his desire to win all four trophies available this season.The Phobians are in the run for the ultimate in four competitions – the First Capital Plus Premier League, the FA Cup, Elite Cup and the Caf Confederation Cup.Hearts, whose ambitions in the latter competition was to give exposure to their relatively inexperienced squad, are enjoying a sweet run so far and are closing in on a qualification to the group stages – the last eight.The record Ghanaian champions are however not having it rosy in the FCPPL. They lie ninth now but a confident speaking Hearts of Oak gaffer says his resurgent side can win them all.“We are progressing – winning the league, all the four tournaments is our target,” coach Addo told reporters.“We want everything. At the end, it is by that I will be judged. We are not going to just do well. “Winning the [Caf Confederation Cup] trophy is what I want and not just the money zone. It is my ultimate target. It brings more money to the club. It is as simple as that,” he emphasized.Hearts are back from their impressive away win over Djoliba in the Caf Confederation Cup and are preparing for next Sunday’s Accra derby with Great Olympics in the FCPPL.–
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