By Augustine Akhilomen
Ex international, Austine Eguavoen says Victor Moses’ development in Chelsea will be a key factor for the Super Eagles in their quest to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
Over the months Moses has become a vital part of the Chelsea team under manager Antonio Conte.
The former Super Eagles handler believes that Moses, who has been impressive for the senior national team in their World Cup qualification campaign, must maintain his development in the colours of Chelsea.
“As far as I am concerned, Victor Moses is one of the most improved Super Eagles players and he has proved it on the field of play. He’s consistent, mobile and creative whenever he’s with the ball,” Eguavoen told Soccernet.com.ng
“I so much believe that his development will rub off positively on the Super Eagles. Don’t forget that he was part of the goal scorers in the team’s 3-1 win over Algeria in Uyo.
“I just hope he will continue to maintain his form before Nigeria faces Cameroon on August 28 in a World Cup qualifier,” He said.
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