The Nigerian attacker, on loan from Chelsea, has had a tough season with injuries.
Victor Moses has had a reasonably impressive season at Stoke. Sure it is unlikely to be enough to convince Jose Mourinho to welcome him back at Stamford Bridge for Chelsea but it should still set him up for a potential summer exit and some regular first-team football.
Unfortunately that is not something the Nigerian international has enjoyed much of recently.
As much as Mark Hughes would love to be calling on Moses, as well as Bojan Krkic, both are crocked.
Moses missed much of the end of last year and beginning of this with a thigh injury and he missed the recent defeat to former club Crystal Palace as well.
Moses was suffering with a leg injury but fortunately things are not as bad as last time.
The Stoke winger posted this post earlier today confirming he had returned to training and was ready to get back into action as soon as possible.
Back in training today after a small injury and looking forward to getting back to 100% for the rest of the season http://t.co/nnkbOhLwQT— Victor Moses (@VictorMoses) March 26, 2015
Stoke are not going down this season and are not going to make Europe in all reality. It looks as though their season is going to fade out rather boringly - which should please Stoke fans considering the relegation battle's to-and-fro this term.
With that in mind Stoke need not rush Moses back to contention. But with the international break in full flow expect Moses to be present once Stoke are back in action.