London - Nigeria international Victor Moses is delighted to
complete his move to West Ham on a season-long loan from Chelsea.
''I am very pleased to have joined West Ham. They are a
great Club and the atmosphere here is amazing with the fans,'' said Victor
Moses to West Ham's official website, whufc.com.
''I want to add my quality to what West Ham already have and
hopefully we can do even better than last season. I am very pleased to work
under the new manager.''
Also read: Victor Moses extends Chelsea contract, joins West Ham on loan
Having been linked with a summer transfer to Tottenham
Hotspur and the prospect of featuring in the Europa League, the winger has
pointed out that he was convinced to join The Hammers due to the quality of
players in their squad.
''There is a huge amount of talent with Alex Song and Nikica
Jelavic joining the Club and I want to help the Club finish as high up in the
table as possible.
"Andy Carroll is a great striker and has a lot of
experience in the Premier League. All the forwards have got a lot of experience
and I want to help them score more goals,'' the new West Ham number 20
Due to his lack of first team opportunities, Moses
previously played on loan at Liverpool and spent the whole of last season at
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