"Yes, there are three players [Mohammadi, Ezatolahi, Azmoun] who play in the Russian Premier League included in our team. They are a huge help. The guys have told us about the fans, the customs, and the conditions existing in Russia, which helped us choose the base camp for the tournament," Queiroz told journalists.
"We are very grateful to the Football Federation of Lithuania, who agreed to play the match in Russia," Queiroz said.
He added he was sure that his team could achieve great results at the tournament.
Iran will face Lithuania in their final pre-World Cup friendly in Moscow on Friday.
FIFA World Cup will get underway on June 14, with the matches set to take place in 11 cities across Russia. Iran has been drawn in Group B along with 2010 World Cup winners Spain, reigning European champions Portugal and Morocco.