Nigeria Football Federation President, Amaju Pinnick and his deputies have all urged the Super Eagles to put their loss against Algeria behind and beat Tunisia to the Bronze medal.
The NFF officials visited the Super Eagles camp where they spoke to the players about the need to move on from the disappointing loss and look forward to the third-place match scheduled for Wednesday.
The team have been training for the Tunisians and will hold their final session this evening in preparation for the game.
Despite increasing calls for the sack of Gernot Rohr, the German coach says he is not distracted but fully concentrating on the game against Tunisia.
He also said that the current crop of Super Eagles players have a bright future, and their semi-final exit from the Nations cup was only a slip.
Rohr has also suggested he will see out his contract despite the pressure for him to leave. The coach has one year left on his improved deal with the Nigeria football federation and would earn a whooping one million Dollars if he is fired before the end of his contract.