Hearts coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi says he is not bothered with talks by some section of the club fans that he is not fit to handle the club.
The Japanese American since taking over the club has come under intense pressure with some questioning his credentials.
Recently board member Dr Nyaho Nyaho Tamakloe came out publicly to state that Kenichi is not fit to handle their club after monitoring the club in the last four months under his watch.
But Yatsuhashi says he is focused on getting the job done and will not let comments distract him.
“This is part of my job so I take those comments in good faith,” he told Joy Sports after Hearts drew one all with Inter Allies in a pre-season friendly on Sunday.
“I have nothing to say to them, it is their opinion and my job is to make sure the team plays well and that is what we are working on.
“We are on course and as far as I’m concerned I will not let anything distract me.”
By Kwesi Bennedict/Joy Sports