London - Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has declared that the consistent injury problems of Nigeria international winger Victor Moses, will have no influence whatsoever on whether he is signed on a permanent basis, Supersport reports.
Moses, currently on a season-long loan from Chelsea, has suffered from persistent injury problems this term, raising doubts about Stoke’s plans to seal a permanent deal for his services.
The winger limped out of Saturday's 1-1 Barclays English Premier League draw at West Ham just before half time with suspected hamstring trouble.
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It represents a third spell on the sidelines with injury during his season-long loan at the Britannia, but Hughes says that will not be a factor in the decision over the 24-year-old.
Hughes is hoping his latest injury is a slight ligament strain, not a hamstring problem, and says it is not connected with previous fitness concerns for Moses.
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