Lagos - Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi has tasked winger
Victor Moses to give more when called up for national assignment.
Moses was a cult figure when Nigeria conquered Africa to
lift the 2013 Cup of Nations trophy in February. He scored twice in the
The Liverpool forward continued his impressive run in
international football, playing his part to ensure Nigeria book a ticket to the
2014 World Cup in Brazil.
But Keshi, while congratulating Moses for winning the Best
Footballer award at the 2013 Nigerian Sports Awards, said the former Wigan
Athletic player needs to give his 100 percent to the national team as the World
“He is a talented youngster and has been giving his total
commitment when he comes to play for Nigeria, but I believe that he has only
given us 80 per cent”, Keshi said in a press release.
“We hope he will give 100 per cent at the World Cup. He is
still young but he can do better for the Super Eagles”.
Moses had expressed joy for emerging the best footballer in Nigeria,
saying the award means so much to him.