Equatorial Guinea coach Gilson Paulo says that the Africa Cup of Nations co-hosts will be going for the win against Group A rivals Zambia.
The Nzalang Nacional have been one of the surprises of the tournament so far, beating Libya and Senegal on their way to qualifying for the quarter-finals of the 2012 Afcon.
The Brazilian trainer believes that the best is yet to come from Equatorial Guinea, and his side will be aiming to make it three out of three when they face Zambia on Sunday night.
"Senegal is a very good team with talented players,” he said, referring to his side's dramatic 2-1 win over the Teranga Lions on Wednesday night.
“We did a good job with the win but we are not there yet. We want to win all our matches to finish top in our group," the coach said at a press conference.