Moses says he will be happy to play any role for Nigeria as far has it leads Nigeria to victory over the Algeria's desert fox for the Russia world cup qualifiers
Moses who has earned his place in Contes first 11 has seen a lot of free time to play for the club he has always wanted and has improved so well under the new Chelsea coach, gradually becoming one of the best in the EPL moses his set to play and enjoy himself at Standford.
“I can’t say I’m not happy playing as a wing-back, I’m the type who gives his all to his team regardless of where I’m playing from,” the South Africa 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner told reporters.
“I’m a forward minded player but I don’t mind playing anywhere to help my team.”
The former Wigan player added, “Club side and national team are not the same. I can’t say where the manager will play me but I’m ready to give my best in any role.”
On his part, Nigeria midfielder Ogenyi Onazi predicted a tough game against Algeria.
“Any side playing against Nigeria these days tend to raise their game so we know the task ahead of us,” the Turkey-based player said.
“We don’t want to talk too much in the press but just focus on what we have to do.”
He added, “We don’t need to speak too much but we will try to concentrate on ourselves.
“We also want Nigerians to know that the game against Algeria on Saturday is not going to be easy.”