VICTOR Moses insists he couldn’t be happier at Wigan Athletic, despite reports he is wanted by rival Premier League clubs.
And the wing wizard can’t wait for the new season to get going after a sparkling end to last term.
Moses has taken time to find his feet at Wigan since his £2.5million arrival from Crystal Palace in January 2010.
Of his 40 appearances for the first team, only 10 of them have been starts in the Premier League, leading to speculation that newly-promoted QPR were preparing to make a move.
Rangers manager Neil Warnock was Moses’ boss at Palace and once rated him the most gifted player he had ever coached.
And while flattered at the attention, Moses sees his long-term future at the DW.
“As far as I’m concerned, I’m still here, I’m happy here, I’m enjoying myself here and I want to stay here for as long as I can,” Moses told the Evening Post.
“It’s a great club to be at, there’s a real family-fee to the place, and I’m really settled here. All of the focus now is on next season, and I can’t wait to get out there and show what I can do.”