Interim coach of the Super Eagles, Austin Eguavoen, says the team has been working on their finishing over the past few days.
Eguavoen made this known on Friday during a pre-match conference ahead of the Group D game against Sudan.
"Sudan has equal strength as any other team in this tournament," he says.
He added that the Super Eagles are approaching every game with caution and not looking down on any team.
Eguavoen also revealed that he 'will not build his game around one person scoring goals but that the team will switch to a combination of play in situations where the strikers are not scoring as they ought to.'
After the game against Egypt, several reactions from Nigerians have pointed the fact that the Super Eagles appear to be missing so many scoring chances, hence the call for the Eagles to do better at the front of goal.