Moses has a habit of missing some Super Eagles games which has made some section of the Nigerian press and fans to accuse him of not being committed to the national team.
The Chelsea wing-back has however cleared the air, insisting that he is always available for the Super Eagles.
“Yes, everyone says that I select games. I have heard it myself,” the 26-year-old said.
“But it is what it is. I never run away from challenges. I love to play football, why would I run away from playing football? That is what we are meant to do.
“But people keep saying that I choose games for Nigeria … But I need to clear the air now that is not true.
“If I have got an injury, I have got an injury. Whenever I want to play for Nigeria, I must be 100 percent, I want to give everything.
“But if I have got an injury, I don’t want to force myself because I am going to look stupid on the pitch.”
Moses played in the September double header against Cameroon in the qualifiers, scoring in Nigeria’s 4-0 win in the first leg in Uyo.
This was almost one year after his last game for the Super Eagles, a 3-1 win over Algeria in a World Cup qualifier in Uyo.
He missed the friendly against Senegal in March and also the games against Corsica, Togo and South Africa in the summer.