Victor Moses who spoke about the appeal for him to rescind his decision on quitting the Super Eagles, has stated that there's no going back on his retirement. Recall that the Chelsea-owned winger had called off his international career after the 2018 World Cup, citing the need to focus on his family and career at the Stamford Bridge outfit.
However it was gathered that the Nigeria Football Federation President, Amaju Pinnick and coach Gernot Rohr have attempted to convince Moses to make a return to the senior national team without making any headway.
According to Nigeria Sports News, Victor Moses stated that there was no going back on his retirement from Super Eagles as he recounted how his biological parents discouraged him from playing for the National team again because most of the players are involved in fetish practices.
Furthermore, the 28-year-old is wary of suffering an injury while on international duty and his parents have also pointed out that the players competing for his position could deliberately hurt him in practice sessions.
Victor Moses was a key member of the Nigeria squad that won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa alongside Leon Balogun and represented the country in the World Cup two times.