"If we get to the semi-finals and I haven't scored even once, I will be happy as well. Everyone wants the best result possible. And it doesn't matter how we achieve it."
The Nigeria-born Panathinaikos striker, is extremely excited about playing in his first World Cup finals and hopes it will take him on to bigger and better things.
"It's going to be a very important moment in my life, both private and professional," Olisadebe said. It will be a test for me as a player.
"I will be up against the best defenders in the world. I want to do as well as I possibly can. This is partly because I'm already thinking of playing in a better league than the Greek league.
"I don't think I've wasted my time at Panathinaikos, but I have played too little. For different reasons the coaches don't give me enough of a chance.
When a player is sitting on a bench, he gets sad and would like to change things. I'm in such mood right now."
Olisadebe admits that France, Argentina and Brazil are far more likely to win the World Cup than Jerzy Engel's team.