Nigerian international, Victor Moses hit the ground running for new club, West Ham United in the club’s 2-0 win over Newcastle United at the Boleyn Ground on Monday.
Much is expected from the winger when the Hammers face the leaders of the Barclays English Premier League, Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium in the late game on Saturday.
The West Ham United manager, Slaven Bilic is full of respect for Moses but believes the 24-year-old needs to establish himself at one club to really achieve his potentials.
Moses has spent the last two seasons on loan spells at Liverpool and Stoke City.
He is expected to spend the 2015/16 season at West Ham United.
“He (Moses) is a class player. He doesn’t have that continuity in one club in the Premier League which you need to settle down.
“He is a well-known name here and if people say he didn’t make it, it is because he is not getting the chances because the big clubs buy big players and it is hard for you to do it.
“Last season he played at Stoke and he was one of their best players. He has the quality to make a difference in the Premier League. His first game was very good for us. He had composure, linking the play and his work-rate was very good,” Bilic said at a press conference.
Moses has previously played for Crystal Palace and Wigan Athletic netting 24 league goals since beginning his professional football education in 2007.