Leicester City star Wilfred Ndidi believes the Super Eagles posted a decent performance in tye friendly with Poland last Friday in Wroclaw and he is looking forward to the next friendly against Serbia.
Nigeria defeated Poland 1-0 in Wroclaw courtesy of Chelsea star Victor Moses’ penalty although Gernot Rohr’s side struggled for much of the game.
The Super Eagles are already in London for Tuesday night’s clash against Serbia, who lost 2-1 to Morocco in Turin on Friday.
“Not a bad game (versus Poland), the preparation continues,” Ndidi tweeted.
The Serbia game is the second in the series of friendly matches in preparation towards the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia this summer.
Nigeria will play Argentina, Iceland and Croatia in the first round of the World Cup.