The 27-year-old announced his decision to quit the Super Eagles sighting family and club commitment
Former Nigeria coach Christian Chukwu believes Victor Moses is replaceable after the forward retired from international duty.
Sighting family and club commitment, the Chelsea winger on Wednesday announced his sudden retirement from the national team after six years with the Super Eagles.
Moses who scored 12 goals in 37 appearances for the three-times African champions won the 2013 African Cup of Nations – a trophy that eluded Nigeria for 19 years – and featured in two World Cup tournaments.
The 67-year-old, while reacting to the decision of the former Wigan Athletic player wishes him all the best and is optimistic that the Super Eagles will find a replacement for the winger.