Gent of Belgium forward Moses Simon says he is not in any way under pressure ahead of their Europa League clash against Tottenham Hotspur who are reportedly interested in his services.
Simon told Owngoalnigeria.com few months ago that he almost moved to the London side, six months after joining Gent from Slovakian side AS Trencin, but decided to remain in Belgium, where he has improved tremendously.
Ahead of today’s clash, Simon who could line up alongside three other Nigerians in Samuel Kalu, Anderson Esiti and Rabiu Ibrahim against Spurs insisting he is feeling very normal ahead of the clash at Wembley.
” Am I under pressure to impress? Never am feeling very normal. We have a lead to defend and that is more important to me than any future plans to join Spurs”, Simon told Owngoalnigeria.com.
” Spurs are a great side, a very big club but we are not here to admire their size, we are here for a game mostly so because we believe we can win the game and progress”.