Kenya coach Adel Amrouche has said that he is not too worried about his team's lowly position in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ qualifying competition and will take one match at a time.

With only a single point from three matches, Kenya face two decisive games against Group F co-leaders, Nigeria and Malawi, which they must win to stay in contention. They take on the African champions in their return-leg match in Nairobi on 6 June, and face a trip to Malawi a week later.

"I play per team. That's my plan. I am a realistic person," said the 45-year-old Belgian, who held top-ranked Nigeria to a surprise 1-1 away draw on March 23.

"Obviously, winning is very important for us at this stage but I don't have to put a lot of pressure on my players. We only need to plan and believe in ourselves that we can succeed," he added.

Kenya will have only one build-up match against Ghana in Nairobi on 1 June before taking on the Super Eagles four days later. The Ghanaians will be staying in Kenya ahead of their Group D qualifier against Sudan in Omdurman on 7 June.