Moses told to stay
Roberto Martinez has told Victor Moses he needs to stay at Wigan after his agent claimed the striker wants to move on.
Moses has only just started to show his true potential since moving to the DW Stadium from Crystal Palace in a deal worth £2.5million back in 2010 and his agent Tony Finnigan says another move could be on the cards his summer. The Nigerian international has just over 12 months left to run on his current contract and Wigan are keen to tie him down to a new one, but Finnigan says his client will turn down a new deal even if Latics stay in the Premier League. Martinez says that would be a bad idea and believes Moses will only improve as a player if he stays and continues to learn his trade with Wigan. "In the future, if he does the things that he has to do, he will be a top, top player," Martinez revealed. "But I don't think it is healthy to start talking about his possibilities and his future. "I think Victor knows it and he is well aware to fulfil his potential he needs to work harder from now until the next 16 or 18 months." Finnigan claims a whole host of Premier League clubs are ready to make offers but Martinez will still be hopeful of keeping him if safety can be achieved.