Nigeria defender Daniel Itodo says his side were unfortunate not to pick the maximum points after playing a 0-0 draw against Rwanda in their CHAN opener on Monday.
Salisu Yusuf's men dominated the contest in both halves, but were denied thrice by the crossbar against a hardfighting Amavubi at the Grand Stade de Tangier.
And the disappointed Plateau United man says they have put behind them their unlucky outing against Antonie Hey's men to focus on Libya game.
"Honestly, we had great ambition of winning the match against Rwanda. We gave everything but were unfortunate not to win the match," Itodo told Goal.
"No doubt, the Rwandans were a good side but we created a lot of opportunities during the match but none of them entered the net.
"It was a match to win for us. Many chances we had were only hitting the crossbar. We are not happy that we could not get a victory from the match after all the efforts we made to score.
"We have accepted it as one of those things that happen in football. We know everyone expected a lot from us but we will remain focused and determined as a team to win the next game against Libya.
"I know it will not be easy but I believe we can make things right. I'm assuring Nigerians that we will do everything possible to win against Liyba by God's grace."