The Crocodiles pair has maintained high hopes that their team will win its fight against relegation despite ongoing managerial and financial crisis
The duo sound optimisitic for a triumph despite knowledge of having already played under four different managers during the 19 matches of the first stanza of this seaseon.
Ambrose insisted his side has enough experience and can-do spirit to survive their relegation troubles.
"We have the experience to beat the drop, I'm confident we can do it. We have had some issues but it hasn't reduced our passion or willingnesss to win and to do that which we need to hit the groud running soon as the league resumes this Sunday," Ambrose said.
Similarly, defender Adams admitted his side had undergone rough and difficult times, but is adamant their past experience and resilience will get them through the situation.
"We are not new to financial and managerial issues, these are almost like a part of our every season but we always have found a way of triumphing against all odds and this season won't be any different," Adams assured.
Kaduna United will travel to Warri for showdown with Warri Wolves for their Week 20 encounter on Sunday, July 27.