Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has heaped praise on Chelsea boss Antonio Conte for getting the best out of Super Eagles star Victor Moses.
Moses has become an integral part for the Blues this season, starting 18 Premier League games at right wing-back.
This comes after he failed to make an impact in early years at Chelsea as he was sent on loan to Liverpool, Stoke and West Ham.
However, Martinez, who managed Moses at Wigan, has praised Conte for finding a system that suits the 26-year-old.
He told Sky Sports: "That's down to Antonio Conte.
“He's found what system suit Victor Moses, a player who I’ve seen could play a lot.
"When he runs with the ball, his technical ability is world class.
"When he gets into the final third his decision-making is not as clean as other players but I think he's suiting this system."
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He added: "Victor Moses has got the stamina to do the job which is very difficult to find in a quality player.
"When Victor Moses moved to Chelsea he could grow into the player he's showing now.
"It's been a long journey - four or five years - but now it's coming."
Since scoring the winner against Tottenham in November 2016, Victor Moses has gone two months without a goal for Chelsea.
Moses has scored four goals in 24 appearances in all competitions for the current English Premier League leaders, although playing as a wing back.
However, he has provided three assists with his last coming in Chelsea’s 2-0 win over Hull City last month.