Captain John Obi Mikel is confident the Super Eagles can earn a result in Volgograd on Friday.
Nigeria will hope to redeem their battered image at the FIFA World Cup 2018 with victory over Iceland.
“We are focused. We are ready. We want to win,” the Tianjin Teda midfielder said.
“We know that we need a victory against Iceland to stay in the tournament and we are doing everything in training to make that happen.”
The Group D game between Nigeria and Iceland will get underway at 4pm on Friday.
Ahead of the key Group D match against Nigeria at the Volgograd Arena on Friday, the Icelandic players will have the opportunity to meet their families today.
The FIFA World Cup match will kickoff at 4pm.