Villarreal of Spain star, Samuel Chukwueze, and a host other stars on Sunday unveiled the new designs of Super Eagles jerseys.
Some other players posted on Super Eagles official Twitter handle included Wilfried Ndidi, Alex Iwobi and the national team’s Assistant Captain, William Troost-Ekong.
Meanwhile, Ndidi and Chukwueze have fired warning ahead next month’s international friendlies against Ivory Coast and Tunisia in Austria.
The duo, who are currently eying a call up from coach Gernot Rohr, gave the warning.
Ndidi, a strong man in the defensive role of Leicester City, took to his Instagram handle to talk tough as he anticipates his maiden appearance on the new jersey designed by Nike.
In his caption, he boasted that the Super Eagles will be aiming at an unbeaten streak beginning with the games against the Elephants of Ivory Coast and the Eagles of Tunisia.
“Exited to share my new Nigeria kit with you. So proud to be a Nigerian. @Nikefootball# you can’t stop us,” he boosted.
In same vein, 21-year-old Villarreal of Spain winger Chukwueze also vowed to help the three-time African champions maintain an enviable height.
“So exited to wear the new Nigerian kit @nikefootball#You can’t stop us,” he wrote, while flaunting the green and white stripe on same handle.
To further threaten foes, Assistant Captain Troost-Ekong also said he was battle ready to inspire his side to victory in the new kits.
“Ready to defend my new stripes. So proud to wear the new Nigeria kit. Naija stand up! for Eagles. You can’t stop us,” he charged.