The Super Eagles have arrived in San Jose for the international friendly against Costa Rica.
Eighteen players and their officials arrived in San Jose on Monday morning for the game.
Assistant coach Salisu Yusuf will take charge of the game, which will be prosecuted by local players and a few professional stars.
It will be the first-ever meeting between Nigeria and Costa Rica at the senior level.
The friendly is billed for the National Stadium, Costa Rica, on Thursday.
The Super Eagles will face Portugal in another friendly in Lisbon on November 17.