Victor Moses has stated that there’s no going back on his decision to quit international football despite calls appealing to him to rejoin the Super Eagles squad.
The 28-year old retired from international football after the Super Eagles crashed out of the Russia 2018 world cup. He based his reason on wanting to focus on his family and also his career at his former club Chelsea.
However, reports say NFF president Amaju Pinnick and coach Gernot Rohr are trying to convince him to respond his decision and rejoin the squad which is preparing for the 2019 AFCON.
Victor Moses is also wary of returning to international football because his parents are scared that he might be deliberately injured in training by one of the many players jostling fopr his position.