Wigan Athletic striker Victor Moses will wait for Roberto Martinez to resolve his future before thinking about a new contract at the DW Stadium according to the Daily Mail.
The 21-year-old has been instrumental in Wigan’s remarkable late-season form that has brought victories over Manchester United, Arsenal and Newcastle United.
The Latics have given themselves a good chance of securing Premier League survival but Moses is in no rush to sign a new deal, despite entering the final 12 months of his current contract.
Wigan will reportedly offer Moses a new £15,000-a-week deal with considerable performance-based bonuses.
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It is also thought, however, that the club would be prepared to sell him this summer rather than lose him for free next year, should he reject a new deal.
Moses has started to realise his potential under Martinez, currently enjoying his best ever goal-scoring season in the Premier League.
And with the future of the manager still unclear, Moses is reluctant to commit his own future to the club.
Wigan face the bottom two clubs, Blackburn and Wolves, in their final two games and victory in either should be enough to secure survival.
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