On loan Chelsea flop Victor Moses has revealed that he expects to return to Chelsea and be given the chance to fight for his spot next season.
During an interview with Sky Sports the Nigerian confirmed that he would be returning to Stamford Bridge come the summer, regardless of whether or not he wins the Premier League title this term with Liverpool. Moses, 23, joined Chelsea from Wigan in 2012, but has so far been unable to force his way into the first-team consistently in west London.
At the beginning of this year he was subsequently loaned to Anfield with a view to continuing his development, and has been afforded plenty of game-time under Brendan Rodgers. Of course Liverpool are sitting above Chelsea in 1st place in the Premier League and so rumours have arisen with regards to Moses’ long-term future.
However the forward allayed speculation that he would make his move to the Reds a permanent one this summer, and confirmed that he would be moving back to his parent club with a view to fighting for his place under Jose Mourinho.
Moses told Sky: “I’ve said before, I’m a Chelsea player. I came to Liverpool to do a professional job for them but come the end of the season I’m going back to Chelsea and then [I’ll] try and fight for my spot.”
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