"I am happy that I am scoring goals for my club and country. I will keep working hard and do my best every time, but my top priority this year is to help my country qualify for the Nations Cup so that we could go defend our title,” said the winger who scored double against Argentina, making him the first Nigeria player to ever score twice in a world cup match.
Musa also scored twice against Sudan in Abuja last week to keep the Super Eagles alive in the competition.
Nigeria are currently third in Group A with four points from three games and need to beat second-placed Congo away and group leaders South Africa at home next month to stand a chance of advancing to the Nations Cup tournament proper.
Good luck to our team.