Super Eagles striker, Odion Ighalo, has stated that he is not under pressure to score goals at the 2018 World Cup.
The Changchun Yatai player was of the view that any member of the team can chip in goals.
Ighalo insisted that his main objective is to contribute to the team’s success in Russia.
“I am not under pressure because it’s a teamwork and it’s not just only strikers who can score goals,” he told TheCable.
“Sometimes, strikers can be marked out and space will be opened for other players to score goals.
“It’s a teamwork and we are working towards one goal. If a striker doesn’t score, we have other people in the team that can score goals.
“I just want to go on the pitch and give a 110 percent and try to score for the team but if I am not able to and we win, that’s all that matters.”
Nigeria will, at the World Cup, play in Group D alongside Argentina, Iceland and Croatia.