BY BOLAJI OKUNOLA
With his club Chelsea emerging the runaway Premier League champions even with two matches to go, Super Eagles’ Victor Moses now eyes more laurels.
The Premiership title is his first major success since being one of the heroes of the Super Eagles’ winning of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.
Moses in a post match interview after the 1-0 victory against West Bromwich Albion remarked that he still had potentials for greater successes.
“I am very glad we win the league. This season no doubt is a good one for me. I mean having to play a lot of important roles in uplifting the club as shown how important I am to the fans.
“I promise not to let them down.
“The FA Cup final is still around the corner. I can see myself winning more laurels. I believe this is just the starting point for me and I promise to keep my good form come next season,” he remarked.
The former Wigan Athletic forward is no doubt the second most decorated player in the current Super Eagles squad after team John Obi Mikel.
Apart from the Africa Cup of Nations’ success in 2013 and the Europa Cup also in 2013, he has now added the 2017 Premier League medal to his growing profile.
He looks forward to add that of The FA Cup to it in the forthcoming final duel against Arsenal.