Abuja - Ahmed Musa is aware that CSKA Moscow have no chance of
qualifying for the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League, as the Muscovites are four points behind second - placed Manchester United with one round left.
However, the Super Eagles skipper is focused ahead of Tuesday night's fixture with PSV Eindhoven, as a victory against the Dutch opponents will see his team qualify for the next stage of the Europa League.
Musa is not a stranger in Holland, having spent one and a half seasons on the books of VVV Venlo before his move to CSKA Moscow in the winter
transfer market of 2012.
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"The mood in the team is great, ready to play the game against PSV on Tuesday. Netherlands, this is actually my second home, so very happy to be
back here," Musa told the Army Men's official website.
"I began my professional career here, then I moved to CSKA Moscow. My formation occurred here. "
CSKA Moscow are winless in their last seven games in all competitions, losing six and drawing once against Anzhi in the Premier League but Musa
believes the team can turn the tide at the Philips Stadion .
"Recently, CSKA lost a large number of points, lost a few games in a row, it is unpleasant.
"But the match against PSV is very important, victory guarantees a ticket to the Europa League, which is now the main thing," Musa concluded.