Victor Moses has given his reason for calling it quit on the Super Eagles, but many are still baffled about the player’s decision, which they think is premature.

Since making his debut in 2012, the 27-year-old has played 37 times, scoring 12 goals, for the Super Eagles, which includes featuring at the 2014 and 2018 World Cups.

Moses dropped the bombshell on Wednesday but former Nigeria captain, Henry Nwosu, thinks the decision was not a wise one and could dent his chances at Chelsea.

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"I don't think it's a wise decision because he is still very young. He needs to play for Nigeria to be more recognised at his club because Nigeria is a big name in football," Nwosu told Goal.

"It might make him lose his place in his club, they may look at him as a player who is not playing in the national team so he doesn't deserve regular playing time.

"For your club, that's the most important thing because the more you are playing for your club, the better for the national team.

"Club competitions are different from national competitions but you need both to compete at top level. I'm surprised that he has retired now."

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