On his experience at Hibs so far:
– Moriah-Welsh expressed satisfaction with his time at Hibs, describing it as enjoyable and top-class.

On surprises since joining Hibs:
– He noted the passionate fanbase, especially in comparison to his previous club, Newport County.

On dealing with expectations:
– As a self-proclaimed perfectionist, he feels the pressure of meeting high expectations, both from himself and the fans.

On facing Celtic:
– He recognized the challenge of facing top teams like Celtic and Rangers but sees it as an opportunity for personal growth and development.

On factors influencing his decision to join Hibs:
– Moriah-Welsh highlighted the size of the club, the opportunity to face top teams, and the chance to play in front of passionate fans as key factors.

On his playing style:
– He described himself as an all-around midfielder who can contribute defensively and offensively and expressed a desire to improve his goal-scoring and assist-making abilities.

On his influences:
– He cited Scott Parker as a significant influence during his time at Bournemouth, praising Parker’s dedication to perfection and attention to detail.

On his move to Scotland:
– Despite initially being oblivious to Scottish football, Moriah-Welsh expressed bravery in making the move and highlighted the personal growth it has provided him.

On his time at Newport County:
– He mentioned learning the importance of adaptability and different styles of play, praising his experience at Newport County.

On Hibs’ Scottish Cup match against Inverness Caledonian Thistle:
– Moriah-Welsh expressed confidence in the team’s ability to perform well and emphasized the importance of maintaining a positive mindset in every game.