Nigeria international, Victor Moses, has been one of the Chelsea players believed to be instrumental to the club’s newly improved performance after they beat Middlesborough to go back to top of the Premier League.
BBC Match of The Day (MOTD) pundit, Kevin Kilbane writes:
“Before the start of this season, Victor Moses had not played a league game for Chelsea for more than three years, but now he has a key role in the 3-4-3 system that has taken them top of the Premier League.
Moses, 25, has been out on loan at Liverpool, Stoke and West Ham during that time but he did not establish himself at any of those clubs either.
So his current situation is a huge turnaround for a player who, partly because of injury, started only 38 league games in the past three seasons, completing 90 minutes just 12 times.
He has a new lease of life because Blues manager Antonio Conte has given him a chance at right wing-back.
It is a new position for the Nigeria international, but it suits his strengths and, as he showed in Chelsea’s 1-0 win over Middlesbrough on Sunday, he is not just filling in there – he is thriving”.