Since arriving Chelsea in 2012 from Wigan Athletic, the 25-year-old Nigerian winger has been sent on loan to three different clubs after the likes of Jose Mourinho, Guus Hiddink and Roberto Di Matteo failed to realise his potential.
He spent the three previous seasons on loan at Premier League rivals Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham United.
However, the table has turned and the penny has eventually started dropping for Blues winger Victor Moses who has suddenly become a key figure in Antonio Conte’s table topping team and the Italian tactician has revealed he finds it incredibly lugubrious that a player of such gargantuan talent never made the first team.
“I could see his potential from the first days of the summer training camp,”.Conte said in an interview with Italian tabloid Gazzetta dello Sport.
“Moses has important qualities: technique, physical strength, the ability to cover 70 metres of the pitch.
“I find it incredible that someone like him has been underestimated.”
Moses has scored twice in 11 Premier outings for Chelsea so far this season, creating one assist in the process.
He has started each of Chelsea’s last six Premier League games, helping the Blues win each of them without conceding a goal to move top of the table.