Chelsea winger, Victor Moses has stepped up his efforts to regain his starting spot with The Blues, as he is spending the international break training on his own at their fitness centre in London.
Having retired from the Super Eagles after the World Cup, Moses is not with Nigeria’s squad for Saturday’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier away to Seychelles, but he has opted to keep busy instead of relaxing.
Consequently, Moses took to social media to reveal that he is busy at Chelsea’s Cobham’s ground, as he puts himself through a couple of drills aimed at ensuring he regains his spot in The Blues’ mainframe under their new coach, Maurizio Sarri.
Moses made a total of 28 league appearances for Chelsea last term, but has so far been a bit part player under Sarri this season.
In a bid to impress the Italian manager and get back to reckoning the 27-year-old former Crystal Palace, Wigan Athletic, Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham United star undertook some personal drills on Thursday and tweeted: “Hard work never stops.”