Vincent Enyeama who shot himself into global reckoning with his heroics against Argentina says it is time to move ahead for the match against Greece.
â€œI thank God for his mercies but I canâ€™t dwell on that again.
It is time for us to move ahead. We must not dwell in the past because we have to beat Greece and South Korea if we must remain in the competition.
Enyeama is confident the Super Eagles can respond positively against Greece, who lost 2-0 to South Korea in Port Elizabeth, on 17 June in Bloemfontein.
â€œWeâ€™re not going to kill ourselves. We have two more games to play,
â€œWe thank God the score was a little encouraging.â€
Out here, Enyema has been receiving rave reviews even from very unlikely quarters.
Lionel Messi, the little Argentine that terrorized the Nigerians defence with sublime performance and cunning shots that met the brickwall in Enyema described his performance as phenomenal.
â€œThe goalkeeper was phenomenal,â€ said Messi after the game. â€œHe takes all the credit. We played a great game and created a lot of chances. We just couldnâ€™t get the second goal.
The important thing is that we still recorded a win. We played as a team I am happy with my performance in the match. The Nigerian goalkeeper deserved the man of the match awardâ€, Messi maintained.
Enyeama said he needed to put on the performance of his life to deny Messi a first goal at the tournament.