Nigeria have faced Argentina four times in their previous five World Cup appearances, losing on all four occasions, but the form of the South American outfit have raised hopes that the Super Eagles can end that run.
"I don't think it's the best thing to do", he told Goal.
The win for Nigeria means the team can move on if it beats Argentina, but it could also draw and advance as long as Iceland doesn't beat Croatia.
In Iceland, John Obi Mikel and Co meet a side that will have their tails up following a fantastic World Cup debut draw against Lionel Messi's Argentina.
"We will play to win the game", Nigeria's German coach Gernot Rohr said.
Left out of his country's opening Group D game at the tournament in Russia, Musa showed his worth with two outstanding strikes that put the Africans back in contention for a second round place.
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Iceland got a lifeline in the 82nd minute with a VAR-awarded penalty but dead-ball specialist Gylfi Sigurdsson blazed over the bar.
Nigeria, who had started the day bottom of the group, are now second - three points behind leaders Croatia, who have already qualified for the knockout stage.
The tireless Moses was released down the right and his cross was met by Musa who teed up the ball deftly with the outside of his right foot before unleashing an unstoppable half-volley into the roof of the net.
Nigeria looked poor defensively in their 2-0 defeat to Croatia.
Musa added a second in the 75th after singlehandedly breaking down Iceland's last line of defense.