CSKA Moscow of Russia attacker, Ahmed Musa has declared that the biggest task he and his colleagues ion the Super Eagles will have to achieve this Saturday against England is to avoid defeat at Wembley Stadium, London.
Musa, who is on loan from Leicester City, admitted that the game cannot be seen as a do-or-die outing for the Nigerian side, but stressed that they need to take a positive aura to the World Cup, hence their determination to give everything in order to avoid losing.
Musa opined: “The England match is very important, just like the other matches that we have to play.
“What is key for us is to get into the right psychological state to confront every opposition that lie ahead, including those that will be waiting at the FIFA World Cup.
“For us, humility and hard work will be the winning words going ahead. Our preparation is going on well and we are happy with that.
“At the World Cup, we will come up against different teams with different styles and approaches of play.
“It is important that we are adequately prepared and we appreciate the games that the NFF has lined up for us.”