Warri Wolves attacking midfielder, Ikechukwu Ibenegbu has said his side are unperturbed by their Congolese opposition FC MK Etancheite.
The Seasiders will confront the Central African side in the second round of the CAF Confederation Cup competition.
Ibenegbu said his side will prepare well to ensure they convincingly win the first leg clash on home ground.
“Our immediate concern is to prepare adequately to confront FC MK Etancheite.
“I don’t believe the Congolese side can stop us from achieving our lofty dream of lifting the Cup title.
“We will ensure we win the first fixture clash on our home ground convincingly so as to make the reverse fixture in Kinshasa a mere formality.
“Of course, the tactics worked perfectly for us in the last clash against Ethiopian side Dedebit,” said the Nigerian star to supersport.com.
Ibenegbu, however, regretted the elimination of Kanao Pillars and Enyimba from the CAF Champions League competition at the hands of Moroccan side Moghreb Athletic de Tetouan and Smouha SC of Egypt respectively.
“I thought all of us would progress to the group stages of the competition but sadly we are the only one standing at the moment.
“Right now we desire their immense prayers and supports in our campaign to make Nigerians proud.
“With their support and that of other Nigerians, we will certainly contest the podium dance,” said the former Heartland playmaker.
The first fixture clash will be held at the Warri Township Stadium on April 17 while the reverse fixture tie is scheduled at the 80 000-seat Stade des Martyrs in Kinshasa.

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