Barrie scored the all-important goal for Sierra Leone from the penalty spot as they eliminated Cameroon on an away-goal rule after a 1-1 draw at Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo in Yaounde on Saturday.
With the Algeria task ahead, the skipper fancy their chances of also eliminating their North African rivals and hope that the teams adventure will continue well beyond their third round qualifiers.
"He added:" Everyone can realize our values now because against Cameroon, it was relatively difficult for us but additional efforts helped us sail through.”
Sierra Leone will now travel to Algeria for the first leg tie which is already scheduled for 17–19 July 2015 whilst the return is not yet known as Sierra Leone continues to serve CAF sanctions following the country’s health situation due to the Ebola virus.
Meanwhile, the winner between Sierra Leone and Algeria will qualify for the second edition of the African Championship from 28 November to 12 December 2015 in the Senegalese cities of Dakar and Mbour.
The first three teams of the tournament will qualify directly to the Rio 2016 Olympics Games.