Super Eagles forward, Victor Moses has said he is looking forward to going head-on with his former club Crystal Palace when they visit Uptown Park in the Premier League on Saturday.
The on-loan Chelsea star who is presently with West Ham spent his formative years as a footballer with the academy team of Crystal Palace before he was promoted to their first team at the age of 16.
Moses has since played for Wigan Athletic, Chelsea, Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham since his departure from The Eagles in January 2010 and as a professional the fleet-footed forward says he is ready to get the job done for his present team.
“The most important thing now is that I am a West Ham player and we just need to concentrate on making sure we get the three points, ” Moses told West Ham’s official website
“We are looking good in training and we need to keep doing what we are good at.”
The 25-year-old added : “Crystal Palace will want the victory on Saturday and I am sure they will be doing everything to stay in the Premier League. They will come to the Boleyn Ground and will want to express themselves.
“But we need to focus on our tactics and try to stop them as we look to come away with the victory and get into the top four.”
During his three-year spell with the first team of Crystal Palace, Moses made 69 appearances for the Londoners.