Ghana coach Ratomir Dujkovic will head to the World Cup in a confident frame of mind after seeing his side beat South Korea 3-1 in a friendly in Edinburgh on Sunday.
An Asamoah Gyan penalty and second-half strikes from Sulley Muntari and Michael Essien secured a deserved victory for the Black Stars at Easter Road.
Dujkovic's men have also drawn 1-1 with Turkey and beaten Jamaica 4-1 during the build up to the finals and the coach could not be happier with how the preparations have gone.
He said: "I am very happy with the build-up, especially because we have scored goals so we can do a good job in the World Cup.
"We know South Korea are very strong but they didn't push as much as usual.
"Maybe we had more luck in scoring goals but we are strong, honest and have good skill."
Ghana get their Group E campaign underway against Italy in Hannover on June 12.