Mas-aud Didi Dramani is confident Ghana will get a positive result from the first of the qualifying for the FIFA Women's U-17 World Cup.
Ghana are away to Cameroon in Saturday's first leg match of the first qualifying round.
The Black Maidens, who are seeking to make it a third successive appearance on the world stage must first progress from this stage to close in on a place Azerbaijan 2012.
"It's a big challenge especially playing against an experienced side like Cameroon. We know it would be hard but we are determined to get a good result before the return leg," Dramani said.
The return leg will be in Accra on February 5, 2012.
Azerbaijan would stage the World Cup beginning 22 September when 16 nations line up for the ultimate.