Moses Simon does not to want to slow down since he burst on to scene after his humble beginnings in Slovakia and his 2020 performances at French Ligue 1 side FC Nantes were impressive.
Moses has continued to impress on either flanks or even as a second striker for his French side since he switched from Spanish La Liga outfit Levante, first on loan, before the transfer was made permanent.
The former KAA Gent of Belgium star has done well enough make his loan deal permanent with assured performances of either making the goals or scoring them.
Though not too prolific in front of goal playing from the wings, Moses scored five goals in the year under review with his first effort coming in Nantes’s 3-2 loss at Rennes on January 31.
The 25-year-old winger made a total of 24 league appearances in the Covid19-ravaged 2020 under former coach Christian Gourcuff.
Currently sidelined due to injury, Moses is expected to grab his shirt back under new coach Raymond Domenech as Nantes fans welcome him back for his exciting pace and excellent footwork on the wings.
His Eagles’ place is still intact, but he will continue to battle former Gent team mate and Bordeaux winger Samuel Kalu, Spain-based youngster Samuel Chukwueze and lately, CSKA star Chidera Ejuke as competition for flank shirts becomes hotter by day