Ghana started the final-leg of their World Cup build-up last night in Miami where Kwesi Appiah has gathered his 23-man squad.
The players spent the best part of Monday morning resting after arriving in the United States on Sunday evening, having flown from Rotterdam following their friendly defeat to Holland the previous day.
But in the evening at the Florida International University fields, everyone gathered as Appiah and his Black Stars had their first training session.
The Black Stars will spend a week in Miami where they will play their final warm-up game against South Korea on 9 June.
Ghana's World Cup Group G campaign kicks off against the United States on June 16, before meetings with Germany and Portugal.