Cape Town - Liverpool midfielder Victor Moses insists that he is still content at the club despite having to watch most games from the sidelines. The Nigeria international has been restricted to the bench since the
turn of the year, owing to the incredible form of English youngster
Raheem Sterling and Brazilian midfielder Philipe Coutinho.
Kickoff.com report that, in spite of the situation, Moses insists he is far from being unhappy with being in Brendan Rogers' resurgent team.
“It’s been great for me. I know I haven’t played a lot of games this
season. But I am really enjoying my time at Liverpool", he told Sky Sports News
“The manager, the staff, everyone at the training ground has been
nice to me. I have been enjoying myself and at the same time I have been
working hard in training."
Moses stated that he is not surprised by the strides the team have
achieved this season, adding that the quality of players at the club
have contributed immensely to their impressive run.
"When I (first) came, I knew Liverpool was going to do well this
season because if you look at the players they got; (Luis) Suarez,
(Daniel) Sturridge and (Phillipe) Couthinho who have all played a big
part this season, they are all talented players."I am happy to be here to be among them. Everyone of them has been
fantastic. We gelling together, working hard together as a team. That’s
the most important thing," he insisted.
Moses, along with his teammates, will be hoping rivals Everton can do them a favour this weekend with a win against City.