Watford star William Troost-Ekong is elated with the Super Eagle' arrangements before their excursion to Porto-Novo to confront the Republic of Benin on matchday five of the 2021 Africa Cup of Countries qualifiers.
The focal safeguard additionally examined about the fellowship in camp adding that the players are anxious to venture out onto the
Stade Charles de Gaulle turf following four months without worldwide football.
"The preparation has been acceptable, every one of the young men are started up, there's a great deal of energy, everybody is buckling down and I think everybody is glad to be in Lagos too to plan. We will be prepared for Saturday," Troost-Ekong said.
"It's in every case great to be in the camp, we all we manage everything well and everybody is glad to be here several months of no global football."
Troost-Ekong asserted that he was intrigued with the condition of the Teslim Balogun Arena pitch, where they have been preparing since Tuesday evening and which will have their last gathering match against Lesotho on Walk 30.
"They did truly well, I saw a few pictures from where I was previously, and they did well to prepare it for us. How about we trust that the downpour and the climate will not be really awful in the a few days.
"We will zero in on the game on Saturday before we consider playing here."
The Super Hawks collaborator skipper is anticipating that the Republic of Benin should be extreme rivals dependent on their exhibition in Uyo, where the public group needed to fight against eminent loss to enlist a 2-1 success.
"It's going to a troublesome group, when we played in Uyo it was a hard game also so we need to regard the resistance.
"We will go there to attempt to give everything for the three focuses.
"You will see a group that is prepared to battle and offer everything to attempt to take care of business," Troost-Ekong finished up.