Super Eagles winger Ahmed Musa says the Nigerian senior national team will prove their mettle when they take on Ethiopia in the 2014 World Cup playoff.
The coach Stephen Keshi-led boys will travel to Addis Ababa on Saturday for the decisive duel and the CSKA Moscow forward insists Eagles are ready for the playoff.
“I don’t wish to talk much about the match against Ethiopia,” Musa told MTNFootball.com.
“We all in the team know how important the game is to our World Cup ambitions. Our football will speak for us because we are battle ready.”
Lille Metropole goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama leads a number of foreign-based players to have arrived at the training camp in Abuja ahead of the crucial encounter.
Holland-based striker, Uche Nwofor, joined the goalkeeper, many have voted the best in Africa, on Monday.
Home-based professionals like: Sunday Mba, Chigozie Agbim, Solomon Kwambe, Benjamin Francis and Azubuike Egwuekwe have also reported at the Eagles camp.
Coach Keshi says training begins on Tuesday evening at the Abuja National Stadium by 3:30pm.
Keshi hopes three full trainings will be sufficient for the boys ahead of Sunday’s duel adding that he expects all 23 players to be at the first training.
“We will begin training by 3:30pm on Tuesday and we wotuld train once a day for the next three days,” Keshi told MTNFootball.com.
“We will make do with what time is available to us and see what we can achieve with what we have.
“No player has so far called in to request late arrival and thank God they all played over the weekend and good enough they are all I god health and I am just waiting to receive them.”