Super Eagles interim boss, Austin Eguavoen has revealed that he has instructed any player who makes the starting XI today to signal for change when they are tired.
Nigeria is all but ready to slog it out with Tunisia in the Africa Cup of Nations round of sixteen.
The Super Eagles have already defeated two North African nations to reach this stage, defeating Egypt 1-0 in the Group D opening match, and later Sudan 3-1.
Eguavoen said all the players in his disposal are ready for the match, adding that he already knows those to start the game for Nigeria.
“Now we have the eleven who will start tomorrow close to our heart and by the special grace of God, they are all healthy and there are no preferences,” the former Super Eagles star told the press on Saturday ahead of the knockout match.
Eguavoen, who won the competition with Nigeria in 1994, added, “when you are tired just signal, come out, your colleague will finish the job for you so no preference for any player.”