Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan is confident he is providing good leadership for the Black Stars despite a scathing criticism of his ability to lead the squad by the country's 2014 World Cup Commission.

Asamoah Gyan of Ghana

Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan is confident he is providing good leadership for the Black Stars despite a scathing criticism of his ability to lead the squad by the country?s 2014 World Cup Commission.

The UAE-based striker insists he is not bothered by the damaging report by Ghana?s Presidential Commission of Inquiry disastrous campaign at the 2014 World Cup.

The Dzamefe Commission attacked the leadership qualities of Gyan in their report in the wake of the protests and the refusal of the players to train at the World Cup over the unpaid World Cup appearance fees during the tournament in Brazil.

Despite the scathing remarks by the commission and their recommendation for him to undergo training, Gyan insists he is focused on doing his job and confident in his leadership style.

?It doesn?t [bother me] at all because I am not fake,? he told Metro TV.

?Of course [about leading the team well], I am 100 percent sure everybody is ok. I never discriminate, even if you come to the camp you?ll never know who is the captain.?

The Al Ain ace refuses to accept that he is lacking leadership skills to lead the Black Stars.

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