Victor Moses reveals the Chelsea star behind his success at Stamford Bridge

Victor Moses reveals the Chelsea star behind his success at Stamford Bridge

- Victor Moses has picked the Chelsea player who has influenced him the most

- The Nigerian picked Spain's Cesar Azpilicueta as the player with the biggest impact on him

- Moses has been out with injury for a month but has now returned to training

Victor Moses had the most remarkable season last summer as he helped Chelsea to a League title under Antonio Conte.

The Nigerian international was a force to be reckoned with in the victorious Chelsea team.

Moses played from the wing back position and to many people's surprise he played the role like he has been playing it all his career.

Victor moses picks the Chelsea player that has the biggest impact on him

Victor moses speaks on his biggest influence at Chelsea. Source: SUN

In an interview with Goal, when asked which Chelsea player has the biggest influence on him, Moses replied: "I’d say Azpilicueta.

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"He played a huge part in my defensive development last season.

"He is always behind me, always constantly talking to me to make sure I am in the right position. When is the time to go and when’s the time to stay.

"The more games I was playing, we were getting used to the formation and position I was playing, which worked out well for me and he helped a lot.

Victor moses picks the Chelsea player that has the biggest impact on him

Victor moses close to first team action after coming back from injury. Source: Twitter

"He understands me. We established a partnership which was very good. ‘To me, I would say that Cesar is underrated.

"As a defender he has got everything. He’s quick, he’s got that desire, passion for the game. He just wants to play football.

"Azpilicueta is never tired. He can run all night in every minute. He wants to play every game. I think he could play on a Saturday and then again on a Monday. He’s got a great ability.

"It is great for us that we have him. He’s someone that loves the game. ‘He is always talking to every player before games.

"He wakes everyone up and says we have got to go out there and win this game."

The former Liverpool player who has been out with hamstring injury tweeted Thursday, November 9 that he was back in training.

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