Moses focuses on club future

Wigan Athletic boy, Victor Moses says with the Super Eagles temporarily out of the way he will now set his sights on his club future.

Three weeks ago, Moses told that he would not bother with transfer rumours mentioning his name because he had a job to do with the Eagles.

Having played three games with the national team, Moses said as the camp closed that his club future was now what he had in his mind.

“I’m done with the Eagles, at least for now. It’s time to return to England and sort out my club future,” Moses said.

With clubs like Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham and Sunderland rumoured to be after his signature, Moses did not reveal must as to where he could play his football next season.

“My lips are sealed. If I will be making a move, I’m sure you will all know.

“I’m sure my agent is working on the best deals for me and I will be speaking with him before I make my decision,” Moses said.

With the series of injuries that hit England before the Euros it is believed that Victor Moses, having played for England at youth level may have been called up for the three lions for the Euros but he says he is happy with Nigeria.

“I am happy to play for Nigeria. I am Nigerian and I have no regrets. I now look forward to South Africa where hopefully we will qualify for the Cup of Nations.”
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