Levante forward, Moses Simon, has said he is prepared to take on an increasingly guarded job for Nigeria at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. During the initial period of the Super Eagles’ camp in Asaba, head mentor Gernot Rohr played the 23-year-old as a left wing-back in preparing.
Mindful of the positional change he may look at the AFCON, Moses, who plays as a winger for his Spanish club, demands he is set up for “any limit.” “I will say it’s not my natural position (the left wing-back). “Yet, I have no alternative than to serve my mother country in any way when called upon,” he revealed to AOI Football.
After having a critical impact in Nigeria’s capability for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Moses passed up the competition in Russia because of muscle damage. “It was miserable to sit out the FIFA World Cup because of damage.
“However at this point, I’m in the squad, the following dimension is to battle for the beginning position, and I accept the mentor will settle on the best choices in regards to his beginning line-ups, because each player in the 23-man rundown is great,” he included.