Super Eagles returnee, Obafemi Martins, has said he’s back to the national team to score goals which will in turn earn Nigeria great victories.
Nigeria seek one of the 2018 world cup tickets in Russia, so they will be clashing against Swaziland on Friday night.
“I am glad I am back. It’s the national team. I am just here to score goals and help the team win games,” Martins told media.
“The spirit in camp is good. We have talented young players. We have a new captain. Almost everything is new to me in the camp,” he continued.
“But I am going to do my best for the team to ensure we win because this is a World Cup qualifier and not a friendly. The only thing I am here for is to support them and help them win games,” he concluded.
The Super Eagles’ players and officials will stay at the Sun Hotels in Swaziland and will have a feel of the Somhlolo National Stadium, Lobamba on Thursday by 7pm.
The return leg holds in Port Harcourt on Tuesday, 17th November, with the winner progressing to the next round of World Cup qualifiers.