Struggling Ghana Premier League side, Ebusua Dwarfs will not accept Domestic cup glory at the expense of top flight football next season.
The Cape Coast based side have had a poor start to the 2015/2016 campaign, recording just one victory in the league with their other victory coming in the MTN FA cup.
Dwarfs are in cup action this Sunday away at regional rivals Elmina Sharks at the Dr. Nduom Sports Complex.
And ahead of the game, Public Relations Officer of Dwarfs, Paul Adjetey in an exclusive interview with SportsCrusader.com indicated that, although his side is going for the win on Sunday, their main aim for the season is Premier League survival.
According to him, winning the cup does not guarantee Premier League life line and focus on it can cause the team.
Adjetey also expressed delight that Dwarfs are progressively improving and it us just a matter of time before they start to get results.
Dwarfs would next face fellow newly Promoted side Techiman City at the Robert Mensah Stadium in Cape Coast on Match Day eight of the Ghana Premier League.