Players and officials of Enyimba have left the country for Morocco ahead of their Caf Confederation Cup tie with Raja Casablanca.
The Peoples Elephant will be seeking to overturn a 1-0 deficit in the second leg of the clash with Raja on Wednesday.
The team left the Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos on Monday morning and are expected to land Casablanca later in the day.
Speaking about the team’s chances of making it to the final of the competition which no Nigerian side has won, striker Sunday Adetunji said it is “not over yet.”
“We are all disappointed with the result of the first leg but we believe everything is not over yet,” Adetunji told Complete Sports.
“We just have to believe and improve on our performance. 0ne thing our supporters can be sure of is that we will go all out fighting till the end.
“We know they have a big stadium and the fans will be very hostile to us but we have to be prepared psychological for that.
“If they can beat us in Aba nothing stops us from beating them in Casablanca.”