Ahmed Musa says the Super Eagles are only focused on replying former Libya coach Adel Amrouche on the pitch.
The Tunisian born tactician recently quit his position As head coach of the Libya national team due to unpaid wages.
But before his resignation, he accused the Nigerian team on relying on ‘juju'(voodoo) to win games in his post-match interview after their 0-0 draw with South Africa. A statement he later apologized for.
But the in-form Al-Nassr forward isn’t looking to let the comment slide.
“We don’t care whether their coach resigned or not. Before his resignation, he made a statement which we don’t care about.
“What we care about is on the pitch so we are gonna give him the answer. We are focused on the Super Eagles and not Libya.”
The importance of getting a victory cannot be over emphasized but Musa say the team do not feel the pressure.
“I know that all Nigerians always want is winning. For me and my colleagues, we are not under any pressure,” he added.
“Personally, this is the kind of game I love to play so I am not under any pressure. We just can’t wait for Saturday to come.”