Victor Moses says he is loving life at Liverpool since his summer move from Chelsea.
The Nigerian attacker is on a season-long loan from Stamford Bridge and scored on his debut against Swansea last month.
In more recent games Moses has been given the responsibility of playing in behind strikers Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez, and the 22-year-old is relishing the opportunity.
“I am loving it here and I am very satisfied. As long as I am on the pitch I just want to enjoy myself,” he told the club’s official TV channel, LFC TV.
“The more games you play the more experience you get and I just want to carry on playing, help the team out and score some more goals.”
Moses has impressed since coming to the club – his appearances increased due to Philippe Coutinho‘s injury. However, some believe he is not being used to his full potential in that position between midfield and attack.
Playing in the hole doesn't do Victor Moses too many favours in my view but he worked his bollocks off ….. pic.twitter.com/VCaBMacZJU
— Sean Rogers (@Sean_Rogers) September 29, 2013
so here's (part of) the problem: where Victor Moses is getting on the ball. he's not our link man. pic.twitter.com/JnZScXzPrp
— Karl Matchett (@karlmatchett) September 29, 2013
After Liverpool’s 3-1 victory over Sunderland at the Stadium of Light on Sunday, Moses believes the club are on to a good thing.
He added, “We are doing well, second in the league and we’ve just got to keep the momentum going and keep winning games really.”
Buzzin with the win great result the lads were brilliant
— Victor Moses (@VictorMoses) September 29, 2013
Liverpool continue their Premier League campaign at home to Crystal Palace this Saturday. Kick-off at Anfield is at 3pm.
Read Rory Fitzgerald’s tactical preview of Liverpool’s opponents from South London here.
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