The Super Eagles will soon start converting their chances, says Keshi

The national team coach has assured that the team will stop being profligate in front of goal and that he's happy that the team is creating ample goal opportunities

Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi has said that the team will begin to score more goals very soon. He also said that he was happy with the team to the Confederations Cup though they missed so many scoring chances.

“The good thing about this team is that the attacking players are all coming back now,” Keshi explained on Channels TV.

The likes of Emmanuel Emenike and Victor Moses were injured during the Confederations Cup in Brazil but both are now back to full fitness.

Keshi also said: “The good thing about this team is that we create chances but if they were not creating chances I will get worried.

“Yes we are not scoring at the moment but we are creating chances against teams like Spain, Uruguay, so the team is almost there.”

He added: “We are having almost all the players coming back now and hopefully very soon, we will start converting our chances,” he added.

Nigeria's next game is a friendly against South Africa in the Nelson Mandela Challenge in August before their important 2014 World Cup qualifying match against Malawi in September.