By John Egbokhan
Stoke City coach Tony Pulis is waiting for Super Eagles forward Victor Moses to finally sign for good for Stoke City.
Moses has stayed defiantly diplomatic whenever he has been quizzed on his long-term future since joining on loan from Chelsea.
Perhaps we should not expect him to distance himself too far from his parent club … but he has not given the merest hint he would like to be a permanent Potter.
It would be a shame if he doesn’t because he has found a system ripe to make the most of his strengths under Hughes.
Stoke can give him the top-half of a Premier League platform to show his true potential.
That’s got to be better than sitting on a bench at Stamford Bridge.
Speaking ahead of tomorrow’s Premier League clash with Hull, Pulis said that he was hopeful that Moses will commit on a long-term deal with the Potters and end his loan move from Chelsea.
While noting that Moses was integral in his plans for the Potters, Pulis said it was up to the Nigerian to put his money where his mouth his and end life on the fringes of the club.