Rangers duo, Joe Aribo and Calvin Bassey arrived at the team’s camp in Dallas, United States of America on Thursday night to increase the number of players to 15.
Aribo and Bassey missed the team’s first training session on Thursday, but are expected to have their first session on Friday.
More players are expected to hit the team’s camp ahead of the international friendlies against Mexico and Ecuador.
The Super Eagles will be up against the El Tri of Mexico in the first friendly at the AT&T Stadium, Arlington on Saturday.
They will also face Ecuador at the Red Bull Arena, Harrison, on Thursday, June 2.
The West Africans are using both games to prepare for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against the Leone Stars of Sierra Leone and Djurtus of Guinea-Bissau.
The 15 players in camp include Adeyinka, Olorunleke, Buhari, Madu, Rafiu, Mbaoma, Sanni, Bello, Aina, Ajayi, Ekong, Simon, Iwobi, Bassey and Aribo.