Super Eagles vice captain, William Troost-Ekong led the list of early birds as the team camp came alive on Sunday ahead of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Sierra Leone on June 18.
Other players who have arrived camp are,; Ademola Lookman, Joe Aribo, Alex Iwobi, Calvin Bassey, Semi Ajayi, and Kevin Akpoguma.
Other invited Super Eagles players are expected to hit camp by Monday.
The Super Eagles are top of their qualification group with nine points out of four matches.
They are followed by Guinea-Bissau’s Wild Dogs, who have seven points. Leone Stars, who gave the Eagles a tough run in Abuja on Day 1 of the qualification series before succumbing 2-1, are on five points.
Sao Tome and Principe, who play the Super Eagles on the final day of the series in September, are bottom with only one point