Former Nigeria International, Victor Moses has taken some time off to reflect on his time with Chelsea since joining the Stamford Bridge outfit in 2012.
Victor Moses came out to say his six year stay so far with the London club had been full of ‘amazing memories’.
The 27-year-old joined the Blues from Wigan Athletic on August 24, 2012, then went on loans to Liverpool, Stoke City, West Ham United as he looked to gain valuable experience and playing time in the English Premier League.
It was however during Antonio Conte regime after he was converted from a winger to a wing-back that he really flourished, featuring in all but four league games in the 2016/2017 season as the Stamford Bridge club secured its sixth English Premier League title.
Besides winning the league trophy in 2017, the versatile player has also won the FA Cup and Uefa Europa League with Chelsea as well as winning the November 2016 PFA Fans’ Premier League Player of the Month Award.
Taking to twitter to reflect on his six years with Chelsea, Moses tweeted, “Six years since I signed for the Blues! I’ve made amazing memories so far and hopefully many more to come.”
Only time would tell if he would make many more memories as the Coach that gave him so much confidence and game time had since move on.