The new Chelsea recruit has been motivated to prove to all that he was worth the move to the European champions
Coach Stephen Keshi told the young striker that he had to put into deeds on the pitch all that has been printed about him.
Keshi disclosed that he had been monitoring all the interviews granted by the former Wigan winger most especially comments made about helping Nigeria win next year’s Nations Cup and leading the attack of the Super Eagles during the 2014 World Cup.
“I read what you said about us winning next year’s Nations Cup and for you to also lead our attack to do well at the World Cup in Brazil,” Keshi said.
“You must start proving that in Monrovia, when we tackle Liberia by showing them that you are Africa’s best,” Keshi said after the team’s training on Monday.
Moses assured his coach that he would prove his class starting with the game in Monrovia on Saturday.
“I know coach and I will show my stuff not only against Liberia but any time I’m invited to play for my dear country,” Moses said
The 21-year old is yet to open his goals account for the national team after four appearances.