Nigeria coach, Gernot Rohr, has said he is not interested in bad comments about the team.

According to the 68-year-old, he is focused on helping the Super Eagles avoid defeat against Cape Verde Islands on Tuesday.

If they pull off the result, Nigeria will finish as group leaders in the second round of the Fifa 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

“I don’t go to social media, what is important is to watch games, analyse games and try to win games,” Rohr said in a press conference.

“I don’t waste my time listening to people who always say everything about the team is bad.

“We are top of the group, two points ahead, won four games from five and we are in a good situation ahead of tomorrow and our players are very hungry to perform.

“We know we have a good team and we are able to play good football and score goals. We have players who can score, we have players who can give assists, players who can defend well and I hope everything will work well tomorrow.”