Chelsea of England winger, Victor Moses has revealed that he loves what he calls a ‘family like’ setting at the London club, which he believes accounts for their ability to overcome various challenges.
Although he appears to have lost his regular spot in The Blues’ starting line-up, since the arrival of Maurizio Sarri, Moses stated during an exchange of banter with his Chelsea pals that he enjoys the way they always bond together.
While also noting how they always eat lunch together and crack jokes at length, Moses said he is happy to be among the most experienced players in the team, along with Gary Cahill and David Luiz.
Moses went on to hint that he would turn to a future in property management once he eventually hangs his boots as a professional footballer.
Though the 27-year-old star, who recently announced his retirement from international duty, is not thinking of quitting the game all together soon, he says property business could be his later calling.
Moses stated at length during Chelsea’s 2018/19 player feature on club’s official website: “I want to get into business, maybe a property business or something along those lines.”
The former Crystal Palace, Wigan Athletic, Liverpool, West Ham United and Stoke City winger also picks the pair of Luiz and Cahill as the best lads at psyching the team up when they lose games.
His top marks, though, go for Nigerian-born England midfielder, Ross Barkley, who Moses says has started off the season well after a long injury layoff.
Moses also said he believes Luiz can make a goalkeeper, while Andreas Christensen can flourish as a striker, due to his technical depth.
While spotting N’golo Kante as the most quiet player at the club, Moses charged Eden Hazard to take more free-kicks as he’s good at them in training.
Moses added: “We all eat lunch together and crack a few jokes. There is a nice family feel here at Chelsea
“Everyone has been good, everyone is working hard but I’d say Ross Barkley. He had a big injury but he’s started the season really well and he’s working his socks off.
“Gary Cahill, David Luiz, the most experienced players. Myself as well. It’s important to move on to the next game quickly after a bad result.
“David Luiz. I think he would have the motivation to go in goal during a game and is very funny, Toni Rudiger as well. I would say those two.
“Andreas Christensen. He has that flair and technical quality, so I wouldn’t be surprised to see him do well up front.
“N’Golo Kante. He doesn’t say anything unless you speak to him. He saves his energy for on the pitch so we are happy with him.
“I’d like to see Eden take a few more free-kicks, he’s good at them in training. David Luiz as well, but he’s taken them in games before.”