Nigeria international and CSKA Moscow forward Ahmed Musa is optimistic that the Super Eagles will emerge victorious against Congo at the U.J Esuene Stadium, Calabar.
A win for Stephen Keshi’s men on Saturday will be a good step towards qualifying for 2015 African Cup of Nations to be staged in Morocco.
The Russian based striker who has been in blistering form this season also revealed that the Eagles will bank on their World Cup experience to silence the east Africans.
“We already know ourselves and we know that we will win on Saturday,” Musa told journalists, adding that “This is our home. We are playing at home and I don’t think we are here to lose at home. On Saturday, the better side will win.
“We are waiting for Saturday to come. I can tell you that we are prepared and we know Nigerians want us to succeed. I know with the calibre of players we have in the camp, Saturday’s match will come and go with victory on our side.”
He concluded saying there is no possibility for him quitting his Moscow based outfit insisting he is happy and not in a haste to leave.
“I am happy in Moscow and I have a bright future before me. So, I am not in a hurry to leave my club now,” he concluded.