Watford's Isaac Success is looking forward to another chance to play for the Super Eagles after the Burkina Faso game was called off.
The 21-year-old made his debut coming on as a 60th minute substitute as Nigeria forced Senegal to a 1-1 draw at Barnet's The Hive Stadium last Thursday believes that the young crop of players in the current Super Eagles squad are eager to rewrite history.
"These young boys, and I am one of them, they are really hungry to do something," he told BBC Sport.
"We want to do something different, something the fans have not seen in a long time. Success is guaranteed because now they have Success in the team.
"It was a dream come true for me [to make my debut]. I thank God for being here representing my country.
"The energy is there, the mindset of bringing success to Nigeria and to Africa at the World Cup is there.
"I am happy now, I am fit, I am very sharp now and looking forward to the opportunity again."