After 37 appearances in the Green and White jersey of Nigeria, Chelsea superstar, Victor Moses has dropped a bombshell; announcing his retirement from international football.

Moses who initially played for the English Youth teams before switching allegiance to play for Nigeria said on Thursday that he would like to focus on his club career now and his young family.

In a statement on his official twitter handle, Moses admitted that he enjoyed wearing the Green and White jersey of Nigeria but he was quick to add that he would want to bow out to see the new generation take over now.

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Moses said he has already told the Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr about his decision and he also thanked the NFF and all that made his stay with the national team worthwhile.

Moses who featured for Nigeria in two FIFA World Cups in Brazil and Russia was also part of 2013 Nigeria team that won the AFCON title in South Africa.

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