Super Eagles and Chelsea forward Victor Moses has thanked the Nigeria Football Federation for counting him worthy of winning Nigeria player of the year in the newly introduced NFF Award that held in Lagos Monday.
The former Wigan attacker emerged victorious beating the duo of Leicester city midfielder Wilfred Ndidi and CHAN Eagles striker Anthony Okpotu to the award.
Moses played a pivotal role in the Nigeria Super Eagles qualification for the World Cup, where he scored three goals in the qualification phase.
The 26-year-old who is gearing up with his Chelsea team-mates ahead of the round of 16 Uefa champions league match with Barcelona, took to his instagram page to thank the federation and the fans.
“Hi everyone Victor Moses here, I want to thank the NFF for picking me as the Nigeria footballer of the year, and I want to thank everyone who has been supporting me right from the day one. Thank you and may God bless”
Moses was nominated for both BBC African player of the year and CAF player of the before losing to Egyptian Mo Salah.
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