The Flying Antelopes, who lead Group B with three points after one game, will travel to Tunisia on Wednesday for the clash.
And speaking ahead of the showdown in the Maghreb nation, Okolie said there were no injury worries.
According to Norbert, the club’s leading goal scorer in the competition, Ajani Ibrahim is fit as he hopes he would score more goals for the seven-time Nigerian champions.
Okolie added that Ibrahim’s strike partners Godwin Aguda and Bright Silas were confident ahead of the showdown in Tunis.
“In Tunis, we are going to give our all and ensure we take home the three points or at worst a draw,’’ he said.
“We missed lots of chances in our last match and I believed that our strikers have found their scoring touch and will take their chances as they come.’’