Ghana is chasing a fifth Cup of Nations trophy since 1982. The Black Stars have been left disappointed on three occasions since then when they lost to Ivory Coast and Egypt in the finals.
The four-time Champions are closing in making yet another final as they prepare to take on Cameroon in the semi-finals on Thursday.
“Cameroon is a tough team, we know the kind of opponent we are going to face and so we have to prepare ourselves very well,” he told Metro TV.
“We have a target in the competition and we must keep it alive by winning our next game.
“We have are very focused and hope we get a good game on Thursday against Cameroon.
“We must make history because Ghana’s have been waiting for long.”
The 26-year-old equaled Asamoah Gyan’s record as Ghana’s all-time top scorers at the Africa Cup of Nations and he is praying to find the net again, with two matches to go.