The Chelsea striker has spoken highly of his desire to end his debut match in Afcon on a winning note with a victory over Burkina Faso on Monday
Nigeria striker, Victor Moses has spoken of the enthusiasm in the Super Eagles squad ahead of Monday's 2013 Africa Cup of Nations group match against the Stallions of Burkina Faso after the country's senior national team rounded of their first training session in South Africa.
The Chelsea winger said he and his colleagues were battle ready to do the nation proud by starting their Afcon group clash with a win over their West African foes.
He admonished Nigerians to get behind the Eagles if they want the team to soar in South Africa.
"We had our first training session in South Africa and the boys are looking sharp. We are looking forward to the tournament and of course the first game against Burkina Faso," the Nigerian said.
The Eagles will also play Ethiopia and title holders, Zambia in their other group ties.