Super Eagles star has had an impressive start to the season and his club chief has hailed his inputs so far
Victor Moses has been hailed as a top player in his position in the league by Spartak Moscow chief, Dmitry Zelenov.
Zelenov said he sees Moses staying back at the club despite the rumours linking him away from the club.
FIFA had ruled that players in Russia and Ukraine could suspend their contracts and move to new clubs, with many pundits and fans expecting Moses to activate the ruling.
The former Chelsea star has scored two goals in two games with his first against Akhmat Grozny. His second of the season came in the 4-1 thrashing of Krasnodar FC while he was also impressive in Spartak’s 4-1 win against Orenburg.
“You are operating on rumours. We saw what shape Moses got, and how great he plays,” Zelenov told Championat per Punch.
“We now want to talk about Moses in a football way. Moses is one of the best, if not the best, in his position in the RPL.
“We are glad that there is such a player in Spartak. How long will he play for Spartak? I have talked about this many times and I will say it again: the current situation, the situation does not give us a guarantee for any player, except for the Russians.”