- Victor Moses says Antonio Conte has revitilized his career this season
- The Nigerian spent the last three season at different club in poor loan spells
- The 26-year-old has been used mainly as a right wing-back by Conte this season
- Moses reveals how Conte convinced him to become the world class player he is
Victor Moses has hailed Chelsea boss Antonio Conte for finally letting him realise his potential after he wandered on loan at Liverpool, Stoke and West Ham.
Moses, 26, has been a mainstay in title chasing Chelsea's team this season having been converted to a wing-back.
The Super Eagles star could win his first Premier League title with the Blues with a win at West Brom on Friday.
Moses said: “I have always believed in my ability to play for a big club like Chelsea. Now I have proved that.
“We have a manager here willing to give everybody an opportunity — he gave me one and I didn’t look back.
“He didn’t say to me, ‘Do you fancy playing wing-back?’ He just put me in there."
Moses also discussed how Conte made him understand the wing-back role for his club.
“After that, he kept on encouraging me and went through it with me. What the position was all about, mostly in training.
“It was a new manager giving me the opportunity to express myself — and I am enjoying it.
“I just want to keep on working hard — every game, every week — to make sure I am still improving.
“And when I play against a winger, because I was a winger myself, I understand what they are going to do," the Nigerian said.
Moses performances have been so good this season that legendary Nigerian footballer Kanu Nwankwo has backed the player to win the 2016 African Footballer of the Year award.