Liverpool’s Victor Moses wants to create and score more goals
Liverpool winger Victor Moses wants to create and score more goals for his new club after joining on a season-long loan
Victor Moses has set himself the target of creating and scoring more goals for his new club, Liverpool.
The Nigeria international, who scored 10 goals in 43 appearances for the Blues last term, joined the Reds on a season-long loan deal from Chelsea on transfer deadline day.
The 22-year-old has already made an instant impact at the Reds after netting on his debut against Swansea, whilst also forging a promising understanding with Daniel Sturridge.
“I’m very satisfied with my performances so far. It’s a great club to play for and I just want to keep playing football,” said Moses.
“As long as I’m on the pitch, I just want to keep enjoying myself. The more games you play the more experience you get.
“I’ve just got to keep on playing and keep on helping the team out. I want to try and score more goals.
“I’ve played four games already and I want to create goals for my teammates and score myself.”
Moses praised Liverpool’s performance in a 3-1 win against Sunderland last Sunday which helped the Reds move up to second in the Premier League table.
“We wanted to go to Sunderland and get the three points because we know the situation they are in at the moment,” added Moses.
“They’d just lost the manager and they were keen to impress the manager who is coming in.
“So we just wanted to try and get the three points. That’s what we did. I thought we did it the right way. We worked hard from the start to the end. They came at us and when time wore on in the game.”