By Richard Jideaka, Abuja:
Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh insists that he is not overwhelmed by the pressure of handling the Nigeria team, while he is proid of the results since he took over.
Speaking with the media in Abuja on Wednesday, Oliseh said that it has been tough and rough but that he has been able to come through very well, adding that the pressure is not unexpected.
"Coaching Nigeria was always not going to be easy and I knew of the pressure involved before I took the job so I am not complaining about the job. I am satisfied with my performance so far. One loss out of six cannot be bad," Oliseh said.
"We are going to play Swaziland with the respect due to a team that beat Djibouti and drew with Guinea. We shall give it our best shot and see how it goes. The outcome will be determined by the way we play."
Asked how prepared the Eagles are for the two-legged World Cup qualifier with Swaziland, he stated that FIFA has made it hard by fixing two matches within five days, stressing that the Eagles will cope any way.
He said that the Super Eagles have the calibre of players to cope with the strains of playing two games in five days, adding that there is nothing they can do about the fixtures.