Super Eagles and West Ham winger Victor Moses has described club’s attacking resources as ‘unbelievable’ despite having played alongside some of the Premier League’s best at Chelsea and Liverpool.
The 2013 Africa Cup of Nations-winning star moved to Upton Park on a season-long loan from London rivals Chelsea on transfer deadline day.
Moses has played alongside the likes of Eden Hazard and Luis Suarez but insists his new team-mates more than compare.
“The quality of the players we have got in the forward line are definitely going to help us,” Moses told West Ham’s official website.
“Sakho will get us goals and Payet and Lanzini are quality. If you look at the quality they have it is unbelievable and they are good lads as well.
“Diafra holds the ball well for us and lets us do our runs. We are enjoying our football at the moment and I think I have got goals in me, as well as setting up chances as well.
“We just want to keep working hard together as a team and keep scoring goals.”
Moses has struggled to make a name for himself at Stamford Bridge since arriving in west London from Wigan for £9 million.
The former Crystal Palace man has had spells on loan with both Liverpool and Stoke and is keen on putting all his attentions into his performances at West Ham.
“I want to let my football do the talking,'”he added.