After making his debut against Rwanda on Wednesday, Wigan’s high-flying winger says he is comfortable wherever he is asked to playNigeria's newest recruit Victor Moses has come out to debunk reports making the rounds that he wants the play-making role.
Moses enjoyed rave reviews for his debut performance. The Wigan winger replaced Ahmed Musa in the second half of the first leg Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Rwanda.
“I can play on the right, from the left, behind the main striker or upfront – it depends on where the coach wants me to play,” said Moses on an interview aired on Channels TV.
“As long as I can help the team achieve its objective, then I am happy playing anywhere upfront. What I can confirm is that I will always give a 100 per cent for Nigeria like I do at my club,” added Moses.
His assist late in the match to Godfrey Oboabona of Sunshine Stars, who played at right-back, almost won the match for the Eagles.
National team coach Stephen Keshi was also pleased with the 21 year old’s contribution to the 0-0 draw.