Chelsea right-wing-back, Victor Moses joined the Super Eagles’ camp in London on Thursday, and quickly declared that he is ready to line out in battle against England on Saturday.
The high profile international friendly at Wembley Stadium will bring Moses up against some of his teammates at Chelsea and others he has played against in English Premier League matches, such that the Eagles winger says it is sure to be an exciting encounter.
Moses who won the Emirates FA Cup with Chelsea should be in contention for a starting place when Nigeria face England before battling Czech Republic in Austria four days later.
Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) confirmed the 27-year-old’s arrival in camp through their Twitter handle on Thursday.
NFF tweeted that Moses have joined the rest of the squad in London to swell the number of players to 26 in camp including Moses Simon, who is battling with a thigh injury.
Simon who will undergo a final scan to determine the severity of his thigh injury.
The Super Eagles players and officials have been booked in to stay at Hilton London Wembley located at Lakeside Way, Wembley HA9 0BU, while in the United Kingdom.
They will train at the Wembley Stadium (venue of Saturday’s clash with England’s Three Lions) between 1700 hours-1800 hours on Friday, after a pre-match press conference scheduled for the Stadium’s conference room at 1615 hours.
The players have been instructed to be seated in the team bus by 1600 hours as their first training on English soil is scheduled to begin at 1700 hours.