–City chairman Peter Coates says it is too early
Chairman of Stoke City Peter Coates has stated that it is too early to consider a permanent move for on loan striker Victor Moses.
The in-form Super Eagles forward joined Stoke City on loan from Chelsea having spent the whole of last season on loan at Liverpool where he failed to impress.
Speaking with the Birmingham Mail yesterday, Coates acknowledged the positive addition Moses brings to the team but feels it’s still early days.
“Although, we are delighted with the start he (Moses) has made for us, it is still very early days and so where that one goes I have no idea,” said Coates.
“We haven’t even discussed it yet because we are so early into the season and such a lot can happen, so there is no sense of urgency. I’m just pleased with what he has produced so far and pleased that we have him for the whole season.”
He went on to describe Moses as a very hardworking, quick and clever player.
“He’s hard-working, quick and clever and looks a very good player. He’s not played a lot of games, so who knows, he could improve. But it’s certainly nice for him as well to have got off to such a good start with us.”