T&T defender Kareem Moses is hoping to force his way back into the senior team for the Concacaf Gold Cup next year after completing his first full season abroad with Edmonton FC in the North American Soccer League.
Moses, formerly of North East Stars, missed out on the Caribbean Cup but kept busy with his club as he played 26 of their 28 matches this season in which Edmonton finished third on the table.
“I played in 26 of the clubs matches and I settled in well after the first few weeks which was difficult being away from home for the first time in my career. But my teammates and staff members really helped me along the early period,” Moses said.
“It took me about three games to really find my rhythm with the difference in conditions and their style of play. But once I got that opening month out of the way, it was all positive from there.
“I played in three different defensive positions and the club went on to finish the fall season in third place which was decent for us. Hopefully I can stay injury free and look forward to a solid season in 2015 as well as get myself back into the national team set up,” Moses said.
Moses has played for the T&T senior team in the past as well as the national Under-23 and Under-20 team.