Chelsea outcast speaks out on disappointing Premier League loan move

Chelsea winger Victor Moses has spoken of his experience at Liverpool this season despite barely featuring under Brendan Rodgers.

Moses, now 23, first burst on to the scene as a 16-year-old with Crystal Palace in the Championship, and his impressive displays with the Eagles earned him a £2.5m move to Wigan Athletic back in 2010. Whilst the Nigerian international struggled to make an impact at the DW Stadium, he improved steadily before his £9m switch to Stamford Bridge in 2012.

But unsurprisingly, he struggled to break into the first team at Stamford Bridge and was predictably farmed out by new manager Jose Mourinho last summer, joining up with Liverpool on a season long loan deal where he was expected to be a key player under Rodgers.

Yet things haven't worked out for Moses at Anfield, starting just six games and scoring once in a wholly underwhelming spell on Merseyside. Crowded out by the likes of Luis Suarez, Daniel Sturridge, Raheem Sterling and Philippe Coutinho, Moses has been a bit-part figure, but has told of his enjoyment of his loan spell.

"I know I haven't played a lot of games this season, but I'm really enjoying my time at Liverpool," said Moses. "The manager, the staff, everyone at the training ground has been good to me. I've been enjoying myself and at the same time working hard on my game in training."

"When I came," he added, "I knew Liverpool were going to do well this season because if you look at the players they have—Suarez, Sturridge, and Coutinho who have all played a big part this season—they are talented players. I'm happy to be here among them. They've all been fantastic and we're gelling together; working hard together as a team. That's the important thing," he concluded.

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