Victor Moses indicates he may return to Super Eagles following his rejuvenated form at Fernebahce

FERNEBAHCE loanee Victor Moses has indicated that he may end his current retirement from international football and return to the Super Eagles following the recent rejuvenation of his career in Turkey.


Moses, 27, had not featured much for Chelsea this season as following the arrival of new manager Maurizio Sarri, the team has switched from the 3-5-2 formation in which he played as a wingback to a 4-3-3 structure. A peripheral figure in the team, Moses, who retired from international football after last year's World Cup to concentrate on his club career made a loan move to Fernebahce in Turkey last month.


Despite his retiring from international football, Super Eagles manager Gernot Rohr has left the door open for the winger, while the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) president has also continued to maintain contact. Following his loan move to Turkey, Moses has rediscovered his goal scoring form, helping Fernebahce win its last two league games.


Fernebahce have risen to 12th in the Turkish Super Lig, thanks in part to Moses' impact, and the fans now adore him. Having won just three matches this season prior to Moses' arrival, Fernebahce found themselves just one place above the relegation zone, so regard the winger as a messiah and the fans now worship him like a cult hero.


With this rejuvenation, Moses has said he feel loved again before, saying he misses playing for the team. Moses added: "I feel love here and the fans are really pushing me.


"Not so different like when I play for Nigeria. I miss playing for Nigeria ‎as making the fans happy is our goal as a team. Same as here with Fernebahce."