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Fernando Torres praises Chelsea teammate Victor Moses

Posted: 9 November 2012 Time: 12:15 pm

Commendations continue to pour in for Nigeria international winger Victor Moses after his Champions League heroics for Chelsea.

His Chelsea teammate Fernando Torres has expressed delight at the performance of the 21-year-old in the past week against Shaktar Donetsk.

“I am so happy for him. He is working really hard and it is not easy to be involved in this team,” Torres said.

“But he gave us three points, he scored a great goal and he scored at the weekend (against Swansea) too. We are really happy with him. We know the kind of player he is and he will score with his feet soon too!”

His former manager at Wigan Athletic was also full of praise for the Nigerian. “It is difficult to find players like him, not just in England, and I’m sure he could adapt to anything,” Roberto Martinez said.

"Victor could have been a real weapon for any team in the world. Victor is a quite unique player" he added.

Moses on his part is not getting carried away and has insisted that he still has more to offer.

"With the quality of players we've got, I learn from them as well and that's the only way you can improve - playing around good players such as this,” he said. "There is still a lot more to come from me.”

Article by: Uche George Egbe

Previous comments on this story...

Miyelani19861208
posted: 01:08 pm
well done, keep your feet on the ground, keep scoring and creating goals for chelsea
essen74
posted: 02:08 pm
kudos to victor.....................
T-Rox
posted: 04:17 pm
He is Nigerian?! Yho!!! Ayeye Bafana Bafana.
Mr dude
posted: 05:43 pm
I admire his zeal and patriotism. I wish you the best bro...
mikron
posted: 01:20 am
nigeria will suprise
mikron
posted: 01:22 am
nigeria will surprise africa. victor and musa in u guys we trust
charlesbrown
posted: 10:16 am
We hv moses,ahmed musa n sone aluko while sam sidney is on the way. To me it is not all abt afcon buh 2014 world cup. The world shud watch out for naija
stanslinks
posted: 04:25 pm
"Victor could have been a real weapon for any team in the world. Victor is a quite unique player" he added.

Moses on his part is not getting carried away and has insisted that he still has more to offer.

"With the quality of players we've got, I learn from them as well and that's the only way you can improve - playing around good players such as this,” he said. "There is still a lot more to come from me.”
I am amazed at the complete humility of this great player. This guy will soon be considered the African footballer of the year. I am convinced.
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