Victor Moses to take 2013/14 season by storm?
Chelsea opinion: Victor Moses could be set for a big season at the Blues
Victor Moses was a surprise addition to the Chelsea squad last summer with the club supposedly in for more higher profile names than the Nigerian international.
His first season at Stamford bridge was filled with mixed results but we look at why Moses will become a very important player inext season for Chelsea.
Moses has age on his side and is still only 22-years-old, this means that he has a lot of developing to do before he reaches his prime as a footballer. Chelsea is the ideal club for Moses to learn, with Eden Hazard, Oscar and Juan Mata at the club who play in similar positions.
All of these players are young and hence will be playing with him for some years to come, which means they will have time to forge a spectacular attacking force.
Moses provides flexibility because of his ability to play in a number of different positions. The Nigerian can also play in a number of different positions, and with the strength of Chelsea, will be acquired to do so. This can only help him improve as he becomes a stronger player.
His direct running and dribbling made him a nuisance for defenders when he was playing for Wigan and it looks to continue with his time at Chelsea. He has been used as a substitute by both Roberto Di Mateo and Rafa Benitez when opposition defences are tired, and has been able to produce magical moments in some of those games, especially in Europe.
Victor Moses first season with Chelsea might not have been the greatest success, however the Nigerian has all the tools required to become one of the key members of the squad in the coming years.
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