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SPORT: I Want To Be Africa’s Best ­_Victor Moses


I Want To Be Africa’s Best ­_Victor Moses 
Victor Moses 

Super Eagles star, Victor Moses says he is buckling down in his offer to end up noticeably the best player in Africa. The Chelsea conservative back has been named for two lofty honors, Confederation of African Football's (CAF) Player of the Year and BBC's African Player of the Year prizes.

In the event that Moses is named the most exceptional player in Africa by the BBC on December 11, he will follow in the strides of ex-Chelsea stars Michael Essien and Didier Drogba, who won the honor in 2006 and 2009 individually. 

''Indeed, it is stunning. I am satisfied with the position I am in today. My administrator and colleagues helped me and supported me,'' Moses said. "It indicates how hard I functioned a year ago yet it isn't tied in with being named however winning [the award]. Whatever the result is, I realize that I have had an incredible year at the club and with the national group also. "I was a piece of the main African group to meet all requirements for the World Cup also which was beneficial for us. I am satisfied to follow in [the previous Chelsea players'] strides; now I need to take my football to the following level. "Each season I need to be as well as can be expected to be Africa's best player. I will do as well as can be expected.'' Moses spent the greater part of his whole vocation as a winger and striker before supervisor Antonio Conte changed over him into a wing-back last season. In the mean time, Moses has ventured up his recuperation procedure by covering himself out for some minor bores on grass, as he expects to be part in real life at the restart of the season. With the universal break putting a respite on club matches, Moses picked to utilize the time out to return himself fit as a fiddle, as he visualizes getting again without hesitation with The Blues amidst the month. The long sit tight for the Super Eagles star may now be finished, as Moses took to online networking to promise his fans that his odds of being fit for Chelsea's next aggressive diversions are high. He posted on Twitter, with a photo of himself and an anonymous Chelsea wellness mentor : "Great to be back preparing outside #CFC".