Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa said the are condemned to win against Cape Verde in the final Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier on Tuesday.
Super Eagles defeated Liberia 2-0 in Tangier, Morocco to edge closer to picking Group C sole ticket.
They will now host second placed Cape Verde on Tuesday at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos.
The team arrived from Morocco on Sunday and had a hit the gym to begin preparation for Tuesday crucial game.
Musa who is now Nigeria most capped player in an interview said the target is not to see for a draw against Cape Verde, but to get the maximum points.
“No one is thinking of a draw.
“It is a must-win match, as far as we are concerned.
“The mindset is to win and reach the final round of the World Cup series.”
Nigeria currently top Group C with 12 points and they are closely followed by Cape Verde who have 10 points.