Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac has said he would rather face England than Brazil, Spain, Argentina or his home country, Serbia, when the World Cup draw is announced on Friday.
Ghana are considered to be one of the major threats in pot three along with Ivory Coast, and England will hope to avoid a side boasting the likes of Michael Essien and Sulley Muntari.
However, Rajevac appears unconcerned by England despite his respect for Fabio Capello and has suggested that Serbia, who topped their qualification group ahead of France, would be a bigger threat to the 'Black Stars'.
"England have a very good coach but I think Ghana playing England wouldn't be a problem," he said on Kick Off. "Any team is okay but I don't like Brazil, Spain, Argentina and Serbia.
"These teams play very good. Maybe not now - maybe quarter-finals and final. Serbia is a very good team and strong and experienced, too."