Warnock hails Moses

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Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock admitted he expects Victor Moses to move into the Barclays Premier League next month after the teenager scored a fabulous brace in a 4-2 win at Reading.

The 18-year-old scored a stunning goal in each half at the Madejski Stadium as Palace shrugged off the fact that they have not been paid for November to inflict another damaging defeat on Brendan Rodgers' Royals.

He said: ``I don't see anybody better than him in the Premier League. You don't get 18-year-old British players like that very often and he will go for sure. He will be a good buy for someone.''

With chairman Simon Jordan blaming a cash-flow problem for the delay, Moses' double was a timely reminder of the huge talent he possesses.

Warnock added. ``Victor's goals were unbelievable. You can't coach against goals like that so I don't know what Brendan can say to his lads. You could tell that Victor was on his game and he has been since I bought him back into the team. He is hungry and he will get all the plaudits.

``Everybody is looking at him now. Four or five teams were after him in the summer but they hesitated and I don't know why. I am convinced that he has the quality, his ability over the first few yards is right up there. They pay #17million for players like that in the Premier League."

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