London - West Ham United forward Victor Moses is targeting
to avoid defeat when his side face Manchester City on Saturday at the Etihad
City has won all their five Premier League games so far and
consequently top the table.
Moses, who struck the underside of the crossbar with a
fierce drive following a 50-yard sprint during a counter-attack in a 2-0 win
over Newcastle on Monday, is pleased with his West Ham debut and lokks forward
to Saturday’s game.
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"I think I've settled in quickly. I just wanted to go
out there and enjoy it," the 24-year-old Moses told the club's website
"Hopefully we'll get at least a draw but I believe in
the quality of the players we've got. If we play to our best, it's going to be
a very hard game for City.
"It'll be tough, City have been the best team so far,
playing there is always difficult anyway."
Moses is likely to face compatriot Kelechi Iheanacho who
scored City’s lone goal to earn them all three points against Crystal Palace on
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