Former Super Eagles winger Victor Moses has shunned talks about not being comfortably settled with the Blues but he’s hopeful of getting a chance on Sunday’s clash in a London Derby against West Ham.
He was part of the pivot men in Conte’s 3:4:3 formation who cemented his place as a right-wing defender but since the Italian manager’s departure, the energetic player is yet to impress his new boss.
Moses ended his international duties with the hope of focusing squarely in his club career while giving other youths the opportunity to shine, but since, has only seen 9 minutes of play in 5 Premier League games under his new boss.
Chelsea’s manager Maurizio Sarri could make use of the attacking talent of the Nigerian since his wing option has reduced after Pedro sustained an injury on Thursday.
The Spanish winger collided with PAOK’s goalkeeper which saw the Blues play with 10 men when Sarri had already used his whole subs.
It appears that Moses could start from the bench once more with the hope of coming in for the Brazilian Willian who scored the only goal on Thursday.
Despite not given quality time, Moses is poised getting into the team soon and he’s boast of calm gesture towards the victory on Thursday.
“Happy to see the team win, not sad on the bench, thinking of Sunday in EPL,” said Moses
Sarri will need to decide if he would rotate Moses and Willian ahead of the clash against West Ham on Sunday and Liverpool during the week.