Former Nigeria international Segun Odegbami says the Super Eagles must go through a difficult World Cup qualification process to secure a spot at Russia 2018.
Sunday Oliseh’s men face Egypt in a make or break African Cup of Nations qualifier double-header before continuing their qualification process for the World Cup later in the year.
According to the former Eagles striker, the country does not possess the quality that can make the qualification process an easy task.
“Nigeria does not have the players,” Odegbami told the media. “Just a few are emerging that starts to give us hope. I think we might still qualify for Afcon.
“To qualify for the World Cup is going to be extremely difficult this time. And if we do, we will be very lucky. That is my own view.
“I think within the next three to four years then we might have a proper Super Eagles if we do things right. If we look into our domestic league, develop it properly, arrange for our players or support them so that they can go to the right environment, for training.
“Give them all the motivation they need, take care of them and