After giving the media and fans a chance to catch a full glimpse of training sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday, the Super Eagles will from Thursday switch into 'ghost mode' as they seek to perfect their strategies for Saturday's tie against Zambia.

The media officer for the Super Eagles, Toyin Ibitoye told Bounce News in Uyo that the remaining training sessions for the Nigeria national team as earlier stated will be behind closed-doors.

"After the gym session on Thursday morning, the evening training session will be behind closed doors" he affirmed.

Ibitoye, who said the Super Eagles have loyal fans in Uyo, asked the fans to come in their numbers to the Godswill Akpabio Stadium on Saturday to cheer the team to victory.

"The players know that the Uyo people and indeed Nigeria love them, we expect them all to keep praying for the team and come show their support again for the team on Saturday" he stated.

With a victory on Saturday, the Super Eagles will effectively book their place in the Russia 2018 World Cup.

It will be the sixth appearance for the three-time African champions at the world stage.