Nigeria winger Victor Moses has revealed how determined he is to make an impact in the Turkish league notwithsanding the challenges before him.
The 28-year-old who has scored two goals for Fenerbahce has promised to continue to do his best in every match he is fielded.
“I’m still adapting to the Turkish League, but I feel better every match. I will do my best, ” Moses told Sporx.com.
“The Turkish League is definitely very difficult. There are no easy games here. I know I have to improve on my performance too which I must do starting with our next game against Sivasspor.
“I want to help the team do well and avoid relegation. I will fight on the pitch to achieve that,” he declared.
“We want to make our supporters happy as they have supported us in all circumstances. This week will be positive for me.”
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