Nigeria captain Vincent Enyeama is wary of giving too much respect to Argentina and underestimating the other teams in Group F at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
The Super Eagles are second-favourites, behind the La Albiceleste, to progress to the knockout stages ahead of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Iran.
Enyeama has, however, warned against taking the other teams lightly at the tournament despite their reputation.
“Whether Iran, Bosnia and Argentina these are no easy games,” the Lille goalkeeper said. “All these nations we are facing, are also serious about getting results.
“But we will see how it goes with the Super Eagles, we will do all our best to progress from the group,” he added.
Nigeria play their first game against Iran in Curitiba, followed by a clash against Bosnia-Herzegovina, before they face Argentina.
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