The defender has not featured in the People's Elephants last three games owing to injury, but with his fitness back in full - he is hoping to get a chance against the Rwanda topflight side.
“At the moment it doesn’t really matter who gets to play and who doesn’t because we are all focused on ensuring that we utilize our first leg advantage to Rayon Sport very well on Sunday,” Ogbonnaya told Goal.
“It was massive that we got the goalless draw that we secured in Kigali but we must still work harder to ensure that we score the needed goals. I will like to play some part in history now that I am fit and ready to play again.
“We are aware that we are yet to win the tie and we must play with the right attitude to ensure that we realise our objective of playing in the semi-final. Things have changed in terms of football in Africa and we must play the second leg tie as if we are yet to face them in Kigali.”