Chelsea star, Victor Moses, has frowned at queries around his patriotism for Nigeria and said that he is ready to ‘die’ on the pitch when he plays for the Super Eagles.
At a media parley in Uyo on Thursday, Moses reiterated his commitment to the Super Eagles adding that he never feigns injuries to avoid playing for the national team.
“Whenever I get called up for Nigeria, I want to give 100 per cent and I want to play for the Super Eagles.
“Whenever I’m out there for the Super Eagles, to be honest with you I want to die on that pitch. I love super Eagles so much and I still want to represent Nigeria and make the whole nation proud.” Moses said at the Le Meriden Resort in Uyo.
Moses was absent during Nigeria’s World Cup qualifying opener against Zambia where goals from Alex Iwobi and Kelechi Iheanacho secured a vital win for the Eagles.
The former Wigan star explained that he was indisposed because he cupped a knock in the game against Leicester.
“I’m definitely committed to Nigeria.
“Against Leicester I was actually injured. After the game, I spoke to the physio and I spoke to the manager to let them know the situation that I’m not 100 

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