Black Queens trainer Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo has iterated her intentions of building a formidable team for the future.

After booking qualification to the next stage of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games with an underwhelming performance at the Accra Sports stadium yesterday.

The former referee disclosed her intentions to NBSportslive after yesterday’s game:

“What I intend doing is those available are those I’m trying to use.

“It’s a building process, I will build a new Black Queens team. We were here when the AWCON didn’t go well, fishing to qualify from the preliminary stage.

“So this is what I’m trying to do to make sure we have a formidable team in future.

Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo however said her doors are widely opened to both young and experienced players as she builds a new team for the future.

“My doors are still opened. Now there are no football activities in the country, the little players have been able to gather are those we are using.

“It’s not easy for you to invite foreign-based players to beef up your team to play.

“It took us a very tough time before getting those three players I invited” she concluded.

Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo and her charges will square off against Kenya in the third round of the qualifiers.