Nantes Winger Moses Simon has been voted into the Nantes XI of the decade.
This feat was achieved after more than 5000 Nantes supporters took part in the voting process.
In his 30 appearances since debuting for the club he has racked in nine goals and eight assists.
Originally on loan from Spanish side Levante, the deal made permanent early last week with the pacy forward signing a four year contract.
The deal said to be about 5 million euros was deemed necessary as he sparked up the teams play in the recently concluded season.
Simon who is a quick and direct attacking minded Nigerian has steadily established himself as one of the best wide players in Ligue 1.
The former Genk forward crowned Nantes player of the season is on the right side of a 4-4-2 formation.
In an interview with Tribal football he revealed that he was close to moving to the Premier League 2 years ago.
“It was very close, but I’m happy with my football. I will take my career as it comes,” said Simon.
The forward who turns 25 in a few days stated that he still dreams of playing in the Premier League one day.
“Why not? It is the dream of most footballers to play in the EPL. It is the most followed league in the world.
“I have strong desire to play in the EPL,” he adds. “This is my dream, but things happen in football and I believe everything is for my good. When it is time, it is time. I believe in destiny.
Jos born Simon has 30 caps for the Nigerian national team scoring 5 goals.
He has made a total of 227 career appearances scoring 48 times adding another 37 assists in the process.