West Ham boss, Slaven Bilic has recognised Super Eagles forward Victor Moses has a player with ‘good linking play and work rate’ and feels the loanee will achieve more as a player if he sticks with a club for a longer term.
Moses is currently on a season-long loan at the Hammers and have spent his last 3 seasons on loan at Liverpool and Stoke City.
The Nigerian international impressed on his West Ham debut against Newcastle United on Monday and will be lined up to play at the Etihad stadium against Kelechi Iheanacho’s Man City during this weekend.
“Victor Moses is a class player. He hasn’t had continuity at one club. He didn’t make it at Chelsea, maybe he didn’t make it at Liverpool – which is hard,” Bilic said.
“But last year at Stoke he was one of their best players. His first game was really good for us. His composure, his linking play and his work rate.”