Accra Hearts of Oak striker insists the players will try to fix the problems encountered in the home defeat against Asante Kotoko.
Hearts were unlucky on the day, conceding an own goal through Soulama Abdoulaye, to lose the 103rd league meeting between the sides.
The home side had a number of good chances to win the game, but they were made to pay with the own goal.
However, Yeboah, who returned from injury to start his first ever Hearts-Kotoko game, says the players will fix their inability to finish chances before the Chelsea game.
“We came in with the intention to win, and were dominating too but unfortunately they got a goal and everything changed,” Samuel Yeboah told facebook.com/accraheartsofoak
“We did our best, but it is one of those things; we will try to fix the problems [we had in this game].
“I think we have another game in front of us so there is no time [to brood over the defeat]. We have to focus [our minds to it] and look forward. I know we will go and win against [Berekum] Chelsea [in our next game].
“It was not a bad day – we dominated the game, we were pushing and trying – but the goal separated the two of us. As you can see, it is not a goal that they worked for but it is one of those things; it is not like they were extraordinary. It is only unfortunate that we conceded in that manner.”
Yeboah admits the players let the fans down by losing at home to Kotoko but says they will fix the problems to make the fans happy.