The Ortom Boys have won their last two matches including the famous 1-0 win against Sunshine Stars in Akure.
And Ogbeide states that his charges are well motivated to leave the Sani Abacha Stadium with a tangible result.
“We have done our best to prepare the team and we are expecting the best of performance from our players. They have been psyched up to put in their very best in Kano and we are certain that Kano Pillars won’t have it easy at all if they take us for granted,” Ogbeide told Goal.
“I am not surprised by Lobi’s impressive start to the second round. We are just beginning because we have our aspirations for the season and we are yet to achieve any of them.”
Lobi are sixth on the league log with 33 points from 21 games after registering two consecutive wins.