Jermaine Jenas has praised Antonio Conte for handing Victor Moses the chance to prosper within Chelsea‘s team, after a string of loan spells for the winger.
Moses has been a Chelsea player since 2012 after making the move from Wigan Athletic, but has regularly found himself trying to impress at other Premier League clubs. He has been out to Stoke City, Liverpool and most recently West Ham United.
The Nigerian very rarely wasted an opportunity to be productive in Chelsea’s 3-0 win over Leicester City on Saturday and was a threat on the wing and when drifting into central areas. He topped off an authoritative display with a brilliantly executed finish after Nathaniel Chalobah’s deft back heel.
Jenas said: “Meanwhile, he’s had a good look at the rest of Chelsea’s squad and decided what he wants and needs. Victor Moses, for example, has played for everyone except Chelsea over the past few seasons, but Conte is using him as a wing-back with impressive results. It shows he is a manager who is prepared to give everyone a chance – he doesn’t go by reputation.