After falling to Uruguay 2-0 on Friday, the four-time African champions were eliminated from the competition.
Ghana finished bottom of Group H with three points after losing to Portugal and Uruguay, having beaten South Korea in between.
“It was a good experience for us. We learnt many things from it [World Cup].”
“We don’t know one another much but if we continue to keep this group we will get better,” Samed told Daily Graphic.
“We need to work together and be more compact when we’re defending and help each other as we did against Portugal – the first half they got zero chance, but scored in the second half through counter-attacks when we had more spaces between us.”
Otto Addo will leave his post as Ghana coach at the end of December 2022.