Moses delighted with Burnley impact

24 March 2010 08:26
Victor Moses has been utilised from the bench during his short Wigan Athletic career to date. The former Crystal Palace forward was delighted with his assist in the 1-0 win over Burnley. Nineteen year old Moses has been tipped to have a big future in the game, and he is delighted with his impact after coming on as a 73rd minute substitute in the 1-0 win over Burnley. The England under 21 international gave the Clarets full back, Stephen Jordan a tough time for the final twenty minutes of a close game. It was in the 93rd minute that Moses cut inside Jordan and delivered a perfect cross onto the head of Hugo Rodallega. The rest they say, is history. Speaking to the Wigan Evening Post, Moses said: "When I got the ball in the corner, the only thing on my mind was to cross it and get it in the area."I'd got myself into that position a few times beforehand and the balls in hadn't come to anything. But on this occasion I checked inside him, made a bit of room and found Hugo, who finished really well."I'll remember this day for a long time. It was a great win and three very important points for the club. "After I put the cross in, I got caught by the defender. So when Hugo headed it in, I was on the floor and couldn't really see it had gone in. It was only the roar from the crowd that told me he'd scored, which was a great feeling." Given the injury to Charles N'Zogbia, and the relatively poor performances from Paul Scharner of late, Moses is likely to be pushing for a start against Manchester City on Monday. CLICK HERE FOR THE MESSAGEBOARD