The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has told Chelsea wingback, Victor Moses, to be more committed to the national team through its chairman, Amaju pinick or miss out on winning the African Footballer of the Year award. Moses reported to the team’s camp ahead of the friendly against Senegal, but returned to the Premier League club, after claiming he was carrying a knock.
Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr was reportedly angry with the player , who had previously pulled out.
Speaking with The Guardian, Pinnick, said: “Moses needs to understand that with his current performance with Chelsea, he stands a chance of becoming the next African player of the year, especially if his club should win the EPL title.
“But he needs to play regularly for the national team to make such dream come true. To be honest, Moses is one of the best African players at the moment, but as I said, he needs the Super Eagles.”