Nigeria progressed to the final group stage of the CAF section of World Cup qualifying with a 2-0 win in Port Harcourt on Tuesday after the first leg had finished 0-0.
However, it was a far from straightforward victory for Sunday Oliseh’s side, as they required second-half goals from Moses Simon and Efe Ambrose to break the stern resistance of a side languishing in 130th in the Fifa rankings.
Captain Musa, however, is unworried by the display and is sure Nigeria’s standards will pick up.
“Swaziland made it tough for us over the two legs and I want to give kudos to them for the way they performed,” he told Complete Sports Nigeria.
“There is still a long way to go in the qualifiers and I believe our performance will get better with more matches.
“The most important thing now is the fact that we have progressed to the next round. It’s a new team and things will fall into place very soon.”
Oliseh, meanwhile, was impressed by Swaziland’s performance and insists that Nigeria’s opponents have a false ranking.
“For a fact, Swaziland’s Fifa ranking is unfair to them. They played with their hearts over the two legs and made things pretty difficult for us,” he said.