Liverpool’s Victor Moses: We want to push for silverware this season
Liverpool winger Victor Moses says the Reds want to push for silverware this season after joining on a season-long from Chelsea
Victor Moses says Liverpool want to push for silverware after an impressive start to the season.
The Nigeria international has been ever-present in Brendan Rodgers’ side since completing a season-long loan move from Chelsea in the summer transfer window.
“I’m just here to do my best for Liverpool, there’s no question about that,” Moses told KICK OFF.
“It’s a massive club with great history and so I just want to add to that. We’d like to push for trophies this season, so I’m just going to help the team with that aim.
“We’ve got a really great squad here, with quality players and I’m honoured to be part of it.”
Moses is enjoying his second chance to work under Rodgers after the 22-year-old turned down the opportunity to join the Northern Irishman’s Chelsea youth side eight years ago.
“I spoke to him when I was 16 and he wanted me to come to Chelsea, so I trained with the club for a bit and he was impressed,” he added.
“I went back home after the training period, had a little think about it and thought I’d get a bigger chance to play and develop at Palace. So I rang him up and said I was sorry, but that I decided not to join them, and that I wanted to build my career from Palace.
“It’s great actually that I eventually move to Liverpool and he’s the manager here and I get the chance to work under him.”