Zimbabwe national team striker David Moyo has affirmed that the quality of players in the squad will enable the Warriors to secure four points ahead of the doubleheader 2021 African Cup of Nations football qualifiers against Algeria.
The Warriors will take make the trip to Algiers ahead of Thursday's clash and will host the reverse fixture four days later.
Moyo who plies his trade for Scottish side Hamilton Academical received his first call-up in a long while to the squad and is hopeful he will be able to contribute to the squad as they take on a difficult opponent on the African continent.
"Firstly, I am glad for this selection in the national team. You know when you are a football player, you thrive to do as much as you can to help your team attain their goals but you also dream to be picked for your national team in the ultimate," Moyo said via The Herald.
"I have represented Zimbabwe just once in a friendly match against Morocco about half-a-dozen years ago.
"I am happy to be back in the team and I am grateful for the faith shown in me by the technical team.
"I promise to work hard, very hard to justify my inclusion in the team. I will give everything and leave everything on the pitch.
"Obviously Algeria are the continental champions and they have the form at the moment.
"It takes an out of the ordinary team to go for an incredible 20 matches without conceding defeat.
"That shows their class as a unit. They are a massive team and they have the pedigree and quality in their ranks.
"We know exactly what they are capable of doing and we are braced up for the challenge."
"While Algeria's current form is incredible, we remain confident as a team that we can squeeze a result both away and at home.
"Look, we have always done well against them even when the chips are down on our side.
"We are Zimbabwe and they know we are the Warriors, fighters."