Chelsea's Victor Moses promises to come back stronger

Nigeria international Victor Moses has set his sights on coming back stronger from injury in order to have a better outing next season.

The Chelsea midfielder, who was on loan at Stoke City, suffered a hamstring injury in April against West Ham United and has yet to return.

Having played for a handful of Premier League clubs previously, Moses has had a reasonably good career and at the young age of 24 years old the future could be bright.

After coming through the ranks at Crystal Palace, the Nigeria international moved on to Wigan Athletic and then Chelsea. At Stamford Bridge, Moses understandably found it more difficult to break into the team and eventually spent loan spells at Liverpool and now Stoke City.

The Africa Cup of Nations 2013 winner thanked his fans on Twitter for their concern over the injury and vowed to improve in time for the forthcoming season.

Victor Moses' transfer to Chelsea, conducted in the summer of 2012, cost the Blues an estimated value of £9 million. Then, a season long loan at Liverpool saw him score just one goal in 19 games. The return for as many games at Stoke City has slightly improved, scoring three goals this time round.

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