Inter wing-back Victor Moses has spoken on what life has been like whilst in Germany for the latter stages of the Europa League.
Inter have spent the past few weeks in Germany and will remain until Germany until at least Friday, the day which they will play against Sevilla in the Europa League final at FC Koln’s RheinEnergieSTADION.
“I’m tired because I went to sleep late after the Shakhtar Donetsk game but the important thing is that we went to the final and I can not wait for it,” he explained as he appeared on the newly released episode of Inter’s official club podcast.
“It’s all a bit strange and different from usual but we’re enjoying it because we’re winning. Life at the hotel? I like it. I love to relax and take care of myself.”
Moses proceeded to speak on what it is like to work under Inter manager Antonio Conte again having worked with the former Italian national teamboss at Chelsea.
“The coach always wants 110% from each of us. He is a passionate person, who lives the game intensely as his reactions show. We want to play and win for him.”
In conclusion the Nigerian national team player spoke on how things are different without the presence of fans in the stadium: “With the fans in the stands, you do not usually hear the advice of your teammates on the bench.”
Moses joined Inter on loan for the remainder of the 2019/20 season back in the January transfer window from Chelsea. The former Wigan Athletic player has since went on to make 19 appearances, in which he has provided five assists.