The Chelsea starlet says he is preparing to give his all at the next Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa if he makes Stephen Keshi's squad
Moses who broke into the Super Eagles some months ago, noted that he cannot assume that he will be in the team until the coaching crew makes it known to him that he is going to South Africa.
He however said that he will certainly do his best to contribute his own quota to making sure that the Super Eagles win the trophy.
"This will certainly be my first Africa Cup of Nations. And I want to make it a memorable one by doing my best and giving Nigeria all I've got," Moses told Goal.com.
"It will be an honour for me to represent Nigeria at this stage in African football after accepting to play for the country in short a time. I want to take my club form to play at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.
"I am already focusing on what will happen in South Africa because African football has it own peculiarities. You have to be strong and determined to do well against an African side and I am already tunning my mind to the tackles and strong challenges in all the matches.
"But I think I am equal to the task because I am also a strong player. No matter the way you look at the Super Eagles, we have a good team that can win the trophy under an enabling envronment.
Since playing his first match, Moses has become an intergral part of the Super Eagles under coach Stephen Keshi.
"Coach Stephen Keshi has been able to build the fighting spirit in us and Nigerians will see a new team during the Africa Cup of Nations.
"I want to give everything in all the matches and I know all the players that will be selected will also be ready to die for Nigeria if need be," Moses said.