Nigeria’s Super Eagles remained fixed in 34th position in the latest FIFA rankings released this month.
Gernot Rohr’s side won both 2022 World Cup qualifying matches against Liberia and Cape Verde in September but remain unmoved from last month.
The Super Eagles are also unchanged in fifth position on the African continent, one place behind Morocco who fell to 33 in the world.
Senegal, up to 20th in the world, remain Africa’s top national side. The Teranga Lions are followed by the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia, now ranked 25th in the world.
African Champions Algeria are third on the continent and 30th in the world.
Belgium retain their position as the top-ranked football playing nation in the world followed by Brazil, but world champions France drop a place to fourth.
England’s Three Lions are up a place to number three in the world, while European champions Italy round up the top five.