Japan striker Shinji Okazaki pleasure to introduce to the lovers of the game in his country following a series of disappointing offers for Samurai warriors team recently when it meets with Japan's lowly Tajikistan World Cup qualifying for the 2014 FIFA on Tuesday.
A player Stuttgart he had recovered from a knee injury and will return to the starting line under the Japanese team looked forward to his grip on the third set of qualifiers.
Okazaki, who scored seven goals in five games under coach current Japanese media on Monday: "My job is to score goals. All of this for the team. I just forward and score goals is my mission."
Japan had been disappointed last Friday after the unconvincing win 1 - zero on Vietnam in a friendly, but the leader Makoto Hasebe said he could not throw the blame on the absence of playmaker Keisuke Honda because of injury.
Hasebe said "We were not decisive enough. We must keep our effectiveness score early will be critical. Tajikistan physically strong team and expect to be an easy game."
He made it difficult for Japan on the same task in the first two games of the third round of Asian qualifiers qualifying for the World Cup in Brazil.
Japan beat lowly North Korea in stoppage time and the ensuing frustrating draw 1-1 at Tashkent in Uzbekistan after the performance is very weak.
Italian Zaccheroni said he analyzed the performance of the opponent he will face on Tuesday, in detail, noting that his players have suffered recently to implement the instructions on the pitch.
Shinji Kagawa was midfielder Borussia Dortmund more players who shook their confidence within the ranks of the Japanese team after suffering a fracture in his foot during the course of Japan's successful Asian Cup held in January.
However, Kagawa colleagues are trying as much as possible out the player of the situation.
And Japan and Uzbekistan have four points each, while North Korea has three points in Group III