Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh has declared that his players are battle ready for CHAN 2016 as they face Niger in their first game of the tournament.
Oliseh said his wards would fire on all cylinders in their quest to do the nation proud in the African Nations Championship.
According to Oliseh, the players are in top shape for the opening game against the Mena, assuring that the boys were ready to take the championship by storm.
“The camp mood is very good, right from the beginning the boys have been focused and cohesion among them is great,” Oliseh told Goal.
“We are building a team, our objective is not just about winning the championship, but for the team to get better and also build a solid team.
“If you notice the team, the players are very young and we plan to integrate some of them to the main team for the AFCON and World Cup qualifiers.”
Speaking further, the coach said the team is better than when they arrived in Pretoria for the pre-tournament camping and will continue to get better as the competition progresses.
He also added that the technical crew was not missing any player as they cannot bring all the league players to Rwanda.
“The players I love to have in my squad are here in Rwanda, we picked the players that qualified us for the Championship.
“We have quality options in the team, I don’t think we are missing anyone in the team,” he said.