Victor Moses will not go back on his words of not playing the Super Eagles again, allnigeriasoccer.com reports.
Moses premature retirement last year came as a shock to Nigerians, many of whom suspected a friction between the player and the Nigeria Football Federation.
A statement announcing his retirement cited a desire to focus on club career and family as the reasons for the retirement.
Since the announcement was made, there have been several attempts by the NFF and coach Gernot Rohr to have him rescind the decision and join the newly look Super Eagles.
But their persistent knock on Moses’ door has yielded no positive result with Moses determined to move on from the Super Eagles.
But a fresh report by the sports portal states that Moses’ family are disturbed with alleged juju practices in the national team and don’t want their son to be affected.
The report also added that the player has observed that his recurrent injuries are as a result of his association with the national hence the decision to call time on his national team career.
Moses made his first cap for Nigeria in 2012 and his highest point with the Super Eagles was when he won the AFCON in 2013.
Of 37 games played, Moses managed to hit the net 12 times.