He is delighted that they are playing the first leg away before the second leg in Aba and he expects he and his teammates to get the most part of the job done when they host the Rwandans.
The defender stressed that it will be difficult for their Rwandan opponents to have a sniff at them if they are able to prepare very well and plot the right strategies to beat them.
“I don’t think that Rayon Sports can stop us because I believe that we are better than them,” Oladuntoye told Goal.
“I am happy that we will be going there first and we are going to do everything possible to get a good result there so that we can finish the job at home. I am not taking them for granted but I believe that with our present form, we should be able to beat any team.
“It won’t be easy but I know that our experience and determination to qualify for the semi-final will guide us to give a good account of ourselves both in Kigali and Aba.”
The draw for the remaining part of the Caf Confederation Cup was held in Cairo, Egypt on Monday with Enyimba slugging it out with Rayon Sports in the quarter-final of the African’s second-tier club competition.
Enyimba will be hoping to make it to the semi-final of the competition for the first time in their history having exited the competition in their debut outing in 2010 at the playoff stage to Zambian side, Zanaco 4-2 on aggregate.