Jack Sullivan says big clubs were desperate to sign Victor Moses

Victor Moses in Chelsea lineup

Victor Moses joined West Ham United on a season-long loan deal from Premier League rivals Chelsea on transfer deadline day.

West Ham United co-chairman David Sullivan’s youngster son, Jack, has highlighted on the club’s official website why Victor Moses was signed.

The Hammers recruited winger Moses on a season-long loan deal from Premier League rivals Chelsea on transfer deadline day.

“Victor Moses is another great signing,” Jack Sullivan wrote on West Ham’s official website. “He has the hunger to do well and is unplayable at times.

“We have been working hard on that deal for a number of weeks and fought off some big clubs who were also desperate to sign him.”

Good move from West Ham United?

Moses has been on the books of Chelsea since 2012, but he has never really been given a proper chance by the Blues to show what he is capable of.

During his time with Wigan Athletic, the Nigeria international winger showed his quality, and his pace and skills will come handy for West Ham this season.

The 25-year-old spent the past two seasons on loan at Liverpool and Stoke City, and he also suffered with injuries.

West Ham are an ambitious side, and Moses will be determined to deliver the goods and help Slaven Bilic’s team finish in the top eight of the Premier League this campaign.

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