Chelsea right-wing-back, Victor Moses has disclosed that he and his colleagues in the Super Eagles are eager to explode at the World Cup in Russia, but admits they will have to be fully focused and concentrate on the task of upsetting their highly favoured opponents in Group D.
The former Crystal Palace, Wigan Athletic, Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham United star admitted that the Eagles cannot afford to drop any point in their opening group match with Croatia this Saturday, but acknowledged that they will have to work harder to get victory in Kaliningrad, Russia.
Moses said the players were unhappy with their losses to England and Czech Republic in friendly matches before their trip to Russia, but added that collective purpose among the Eagles will help them achieve success at the World Cup.
”We are looking forward to the upcoming game with the Croatian team, we had a good training last week, although before that we had friendly matches, we were annoyed with the defeats. I think that we look good at the moment.
”Croats have a lot of individually strong players, they are strong. We need to be concentrated, it’s very important.
”We can achieve success with a collective game, each team can be a favorite in this group,” Moses concluded.