Chelsea’s forgotten man Victor Moses wants to enjoy his football again following loan spells at West Ham, Stoke City and Liverpool, getwestlondon reports.
The Nigeria attacker is back training with the Blues for pre-season and is getting his chance under Antonio Conte on the club’s tours of Austria and the United States.
Moses is now in America with the team for training sessions ahead their matches against Liverpool, Real Madrid and AC Milan before a final friendly against Werder Bremen in Germany.
The 25-year-old made 21 appearances for West Ham last season, also suffering a hamstring injury in December which kept him out of action until February.
He said, “To be honest, I just want to enjoy my football. I want the fans to be able to recognise I am doing something good for the club but at the same time I want to work hard for the team and make sure we win games.
“Everyone is looking sharp, everyone wants to do the work and we are excited; we have got a new manager and we all just want to work as hard as we can.”
Staying close to the left touchline and feeding passes infield, the wide position Moses has played this pre-season is reminiscent of his time at Wigan before he signed for Chelsea.
He added, “That is my position really, staying out wide and most of the time going into one v one situations which I am good at.
“It is similar to the kind of game I was playing at Wigan and I have really enjoyed the two games.
“As a winger, you want to get at defenders and make it hard for them. Instead of them going forwards, they have to defend against you.”