Victor Moses: 'I had other options'

Nigerian attacker Victor Moses in action against Malawi on September 7, 2013
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Victor Moses reveals that 'a few other clubs' were interested in signing him before he decided to join Stoke City on a season-long loan deal.

Victor Moses has revealed that 'a few other clubs' were interested in signing him before he joined Stoke City on loan.

The Chelsea winger, 23, moved to the Potters on a season-long deal last week.

While admitting that he had options to go elsewhere, Moses insists that the chance to work under Mark Hughes at the Britannia Stadium was too good to turn down.

"I had a few options to go to other clubs, but when I heard about Stoke I knew that they had a good manager and I thought it would be good to come here and work under him," he told The Sentinel.

"He's a great manager, and was a great footballer too, and for me to play under him will be a great achievement."

Moses spent last season on loan with Liverpool, helping the Merseysiders to secure a second-place finish in the Premier League table.

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