After making two substitute appearances since joining Fenerbahce in the January transfer window, Victor Moses is poised to make his first start in the Turkish Super Lig on Friday when they face Kayserispor in an away match, reports Completesports.com.
The 28 year old Nigerian is on 18-month loan deal from Premier League club, Chelsea.
Moses came on as late substitute for the Yellow Canaries who turned the corner with back-to-back wins against Yeni Matalayaspor and Gozetpe.
The former Liverpool, Stoke and West Ham loanee winger is also looking to make it three wins in a row with Fenerbahce who are currently 12th in the Turkish Super Lig table.
Meanwhile, Moses has been included in the UEFA Europa League squad of Fenerbahce after featuring for Chelsea in two matches against Vidi and BATE Borisov in the group stage of the competitions.
The UEFA players registration rules enables Moses to feature for his new club. According to the rules, clubs can register a maximum of three new players for the knockout rounds.
Moses was a member of Chelsea’s squad that won the Europa League in 2013.
By Johnny Edward
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