CSKA Moscow of Russia attacker, Ahmed Musa has set his sight on helping his club pick a ticket into next season’s UEFA Champions League with this weekend’s fixture in the Russian Premier League.
Musa says he is ready physically and mentality for the task of taking The Armymen into Europe once again, following their exploits this season in the Europa League, and believes they can achieve the spot against Anzhi Makhachkala on Sunday.
The fleet-footed attacker, who is on loan from Leicester City of England, stressed that secure a UEFA Champions League ticket on Sunday.
CSKA are third with 55 points from 29 games, a point behind second-placed Spartak Moscow, but Sunday will see Musa and his pals host struggling side Anzhi.
Musa, who has scored five goals in nine games since his arrival in the winter from the English Premier League, is seeking victory, while Spartak Moscow host Dynamo Moscow in the last game of the season.
“It’s obvious we can’t win the league again, so my target now is to help my team secure a ticket to play in UEFA Champions League,” Musa declared.