Stanley Dimgba is confident Enyimba can overcome CARA Brazzaville on Wednesday to brighten their chances to reach the knockout phase.
The People’s Elephants have been largely unstoppable in the competition this season, yet to lose a game – and defeated Djoliba 2-0 in their last game.
The Congolese are hoping for their first win in the group phase, and the Nigerians are keen to ensure that does not happen as they bid to raise spirits at Stade Alphonse Massemba-Débat.
“We are very confident travelling to Congo. We are the only Nigerian team left in the continental club competition and as a result, we have to do very well,” Dimgba told Caf website.
“It’s been so far so good for us on the continent with all the matches played. I believe we can still record victory in Congo if we continue to work together as a team.
“We know they would come at us but we shall be ready for them too. I believe we have a solid team that can withstand pressure anytime, any day.
“We survived against Bidvest in Johannesburg despite all the pressure they mounted. I don't think CARA can give us as much pressure. Whatever the situation, we shall be ready because it's a game of 11 against 11.”