The Nigerian international is very much a forgotten man at Stamford Bridge, having spent much of his Blues career out on loan to rival Premier League clubs since signing from Wigan Athletic back in summer 2012.
Indeed, despite netting ten times in 43 appearances during his debut season in west London, the winger-forward has spent the last three campaigns on loan at Stoke City, Liverpool and West Ham respectively with mixed results.
An impressive Potters spell was cut short by injury, whilst Moses found himself overlooked at Liverpool and struggling for consistency with the Hammers last season.
Now aged 25, logic would suggest Moses is keen to find a club that will offer him a significant role in the first-team for next season.
But the former Crystal Palace youngster has insisted he’s working hard to impress manager Antonio Conte – who could well find a place for him in the Blues team next season.
As quoted by the club’s official website, he said; “I came back to start my pre-season early with the group of players who had been on loan last season, which helped as well, but to be honest, I just want to enjoy my football.
“I want the fans to be able to recognise I am doing something good for the club but at the same time I want to work hard for the team and make sure we win games. With a new manager I want to show my talent and that I am willing to play for the team.”