Alhassan said his charges are well prepared to challenge Kogi United for the three points at stake.
“The morale among the players is high and they’re mentally and psychologically ready to confront Kogi United in Lokoja on Saturday.
“At least, we’re confident of getting something positive from the encounter but defeat is completely out of it.
“Kogi United are well motivated and built to the brim compared with the youngsters we’re parading but they’ve assured not to disappoint on Saturday.
“Kogi United are familiar opponents, we’ve always found a way of handling them and we hope to weigh the magic wand once again,” said the former Kaduna United coach to supersport.com.
Alhassan said his side will duly challenge for the two available promotion tickets in the NNL Division A.
“We don’t have the financial muscle compared with our challengers but we hope we’ll enjoy a level playing ground for us to challenge for the ticket. I am confident we’ll nick one of the tickets,” Alhassan said.