Victor Moses has described as return to the Nigerian national side as ‘great’, ahead of their Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Egypt this month.
The 25-year old makes a return to the Super Eagles after over a year out and speaking exclusively to fcnaija, he said it feels great to be back to the team.
“It feels great to be back to the team,” he told fcnaija. “I’ve been out for a while due to injuries and at a point I needed to recover my form but I am just happy to be back amongst the lads,” he said when asked how he felt returning to the team after being out for a while.
The West Ham United forward also spoke about the games against Egypt, and said he is focused on helping Nigeria get maximum points from the games.
“These games are important and the focus should be on getting maximum points from them. Yeah sure it is not going to be easy because I understand the Egyptians are also quite good so we have to respect them.
“But at the same time we must be clear in our minds what we want and the objectives we have set for ourselves,” he stated further.
Moses was one of the 13 overseas-based players who trained in the morning at the Abuja National Stadium before their departure to Kaduna later in the evening.