Super Eagles gaffer Austin Eguavoen has said that his mind is nowhere else except the on the game against Sudan.

Nigeria will face Sudan in their second game in Group D at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon on Saturday in Garoua.

When asked whether his mind is set on achieving feats with the current crop of players at his disposal, the former Enyimba boss said none of such is on his mind, not even their final game against Guinea-Bissau.

“I am focused on winning against Sudan for now. I don’t want to think about any record or how we go about our third match. Sudan is in focus now and we have to deal with that, squarely.” The Afcon 2006 bronze medallist said.

Nigeria defeated Egypt by a lone goal courtesy of Kelechi Iheanacho and Eguavoen said he was “happy with the way the boys set up and approached the game”.

“I am happy with our output against Egypt and especially the way the boys set up and approached the game the way we agreed was best. Everything worked. But we have shifted our focus completely to the next match and it is another day and another team and a different approach. I am happy with the playing personnel that we have got and the way they are ready to give their all.” He added.

Nigeria are gunning for a fourth Afcon title and are topping Group D with three points while Sudan and Guinea-Bissau occupy the next two spots with a point apiece. Egypt are last with zero points.