By James Agberebi:
Super Falcons interim coach, Christopher Danjuma, has stated that they will be going all out for victory against Equatorial Guinea in the return leg of their Olympic qualifier on Sunday.
In a chat with Brila FM on Wednesday, Danjuma said he had been focusing on the players' psyche to put them in the right frame of mind ahead of the clash.
"For us, it's a must win, we are condemned to win and I believe with what we've done in training, we will come victorious," he said.
"After the first leg, we've been working on the mindset of the players, to get them fully prepared for the game.
"And we hope they will take their chances and make a name for themselves and become someone like Asisat Oshoala who seized the opportunity given to her."
The Falcons were forced to a 1-1 draw by Equatorial Guinea in the first leg of the Olympic qualifier in Abuja.
Meanwhile, the Nigeria Football Federation have confirmed that players and officials of the Super Falcons and the U-23 Eagles will fly out of Nigeria on Thursday for their crucial second legs in pursuit of 2016 Olympic Games tickets.