The Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) is seeking to get Grade A friendlies this year for the Super Eagles, as Coach Sunday Oliseh steps up rebuilding of the former African Champions.
Sources revealed that the federation was working on plans to secure a friendly against Cameroon in October.
The NFF plans to make good use of the two FIFA friendly windows left for this year.
October 5 till 13 and November 9 till 17 are the remaining FIFA friendly windows.
In their last match,the Super Eagles of Nigeria got a goalless draw with the Taifa Stars of Tanzania.
The coach had, however, expressed optimism that the Nigerian National Team would improve in subsequent games.
Super Eagles Captain and goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama has opted out of this weekend’s 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against the Taifa Stars of Tanzania.
Enyeama has asked to be exempted from the trip to Dar es Salaam, owing to personal reasons.
The team will depart for Tanazia on Thursday with the two goalkeepers currently in camp.
They are Wolverhampton Wanderers’ goalkeeper, Carl Ikeme and Sunshine Stars’ Ikechukwu Ezenwa.
Both keepers have so far impressed the Nigerian National Team selectors, who are yet to make a decision on who gets the nod in the absence of Enyeama.
The former African Champions began their 2017 AFCON qualification campaign on a winning note with a 2-nil win against Chad in June.