Terem Moffi completed his deal to OGC Nice from FC Lorient in the 2023 Summer transfer window, and has established himself as a formidable forward for the Eaglets
Super Eagles forward, Terem Moffi, shared his thoughts on his transition from FC Lorient to OGC Nice and outlined his personal target for the 2023-24 season, Soccernet.ng reports.
Moffi made a notable move from FC Lorient to OGC Nice during the January transfer window, initially on loan and later securing a permanent transfer in July for a reported fee of approximately €22.50 million.
Since joining Nice, the Nigerian international has made a significant impact, scoring nine goals and providing five assists in domestic league competitions.
In an interview with Soccernet.ng’s Managing Editor, Lolade Adewuyi, Moffi expressed his ambition to score in every game, although he acknowledged the practical challenges of achieving such a feat.
Nevertheless, he emphasized his commitment to giving his best and contributing to OGC Nice’s success in the Ligue 1 standings.
“Obviously I want to score in every game, but to be realistic, that can’t happen. [But] I will try to do my best and see what happens at the end of the season,” Moffi stated.
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With Moffi named in Jose Peseiro’s squad for the upcoming 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Lesotho and Zimbabwe, the talented striker aims to deliver stellar performances in the absence of Victor Osimhen.