Chelsea winger Victor Moses was non-committal on his Stamford Bridge future when quizzed about his hopes and aspirations moving forward. (Stoke Sentinel)
The Nigeria international is currently enjoying a season-long loan stint with Stoke City after failing to make an impression on Jose Mourinho, who opted to farm the former Wigan Athletic star out to gain more regular first-team football.
Moses has struggled to make any kind of impact during his time in west London, and with competition for places - particularly in his wide position - arguably at an all-time high, he might be forced to consider quitting the Blues.
Last season the 23-year-old spent time at Anfield, but following more underwhelming performances for Liverpool he returned to Chelsea during the summer.
However, under Mark Hughes at the Britannia Stadium Moses appears to be recapturing his best form, which could pave way for a permanent switch to the Potters.
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Marco van Ginkel could be recalled early from his loan spell at AC Milan, with neither the player nor his parent club Chelsea happy with the amount of playing time he is getting in Italy. (ESPN FC)
The 21-year-old midfielder joined the Serie 'A' giants on a season-long loan deal during the summer, but has made just one league appearance for the Italians and Jose Mourinho is ready to bring him back to Stamford Bridge.
Liverpool defender Kolo Toure has questioned whether Chelsea are mentally strong enough to match the Arsenal 'Invincibles' squad, and go the entire 2014/15 campaign unbeaten in the Premier League. (Daily Mail)
The Ivorian's comments come ahead of this weekend's match against the Blues, as the Merseyside club prepare to welcome Jose Mourinho's side to Anfield for Saturday's lunch-time kick-off.
Chelsea have received a boost in their alleged pursuit of Mateo Kovacic after the Croatian revealed he is no closer to signing a new contract with Inter Milan. (talkSPORT)
The 20-year-old forward is a reported target for Jose Mourinho, who is keen to bring the player to Stamford Bridge, having been impressed with his form at the San Siro.
Branislav Ivanovic has warned his Chelsea team-mates that they will lose at Liverpool on Saturday if they play as badly as they did against Maribor last night. (London Evening Standard)
The Blues salvaged a 1-1 draw against the Slovenia champions - who they thrashed 6-0 two weeks ago - thanks to a late goal from Nemanja Matic, to maintain control of Champions League Group G.