MVV Maastricht midfielder Kelechi Nwakali believes that Nigeria have the potential of doing well at the 2018 Fifa World Cup.
The Super Eagles will be making their sixth appearance and they will be hoping to go past the Round of 16 – the country’s best ever finish ever (1994,1998 and 2014).
Drawn alongside Argentina, Croatia and Iceland in Group D, Gernot Rohr’s men will have their work cut out come June.
And the former Nigeria U20 captain, who boasts of four goals from 16 games in the Dutch Jupiler league this term is confident the three-time African kings will not be disgraced and will get some positive results in Russia.
“We will not be among the teams that would make up the numbers at the World Cup instead be among the teams that will make it interesting because we have all it takes,” Nwakali told Goal.