Rangers will draw inspiration from their 1-1 draw back in 2012, while they also picked up a point on their visit to Lokoja in 2016.
However, the shot-stopper claims they will not be sitting back against the Ikon Allah Boys despite being the visiting side.
"We are in Lokoja to play good football which we are known for and also make sure that we don't leave this beautiful city without a point,"
"We are ready to throw all that we've got at Niger Tornadoes because a win or even draw will mean so much to our move up on the league table.
"We have plans based on what we have observed about them and we shall execute it when we face them on Sunday," he added.
"I also believe that Rangers has an edge because we drew 1-1 in 2012 and last season so it's obvious we understand them and we shall use our options well.
"They again drew 1-1 in Enugu so we have a lot of options to be motivated to pick up a point of three here," he concluded.