Super Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, says the team now has a change of mentality under interim coach, Augustine Eguavoen.
In a chat with the media on Saturday, the Leicester City midfielder revealed, how Austine Eguaveon gave the players the freedom to express themselves on the pitch.
“A new manager has come in with a different mentality. He has told us to believe in ourselves and given us more freedom. That is the only difference”.
Commenting on the round of 16 clash with the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia, Ndidi said the target is to win the tournament and they must take of the Tunisians.
“We are ready and hope we get our tactics right because we have put in a lot in terms of training. Our target is the trophy, but first thing, we have to take each match as it comes.”
The game will be played at the Ominisports Roumde Adjia Stadium in Garoua this evening.