Super Eagles winger, Ahmed Musa, is satisfied with the draw against Tanzania in Saturday’s African Nations Cup qualifier, but has intimated that there is still room for improvement.
Musa, who was handed the captain’s armband in the absence of Vincent Enyeama, said that football dynamics had changed in Africa and although Nigeria is regarded as a big team, other nations like Tanzania were equally working hard to get good results.
“We came to Tanzania hoping for a win. But let’s be realistic, the draw was not a bad result, considering we have new players on the team and that means we have to give them time to adjust.
“The game against Tanzania was not easy as the East Africans were very determined. Football has changed and nowadays we have no small or big teams.
“We only trained together for two days, that is why the result can be described as fair. However, we have vowed that we will come back better and stronger in subsequent matches,” Musa told supersport.com.