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Victor Moses hopes Chelsea keep winning

23 August 2016, 17:50Israel Ojoko

London - Winger Victor Moses is hoping his English club Chelsea continue the winning form they began the season with.

Chelsea have won their opening two games of the season beating West Ham and Watford with a 2-1 scores.

Moses came off the bench in the opening two Premier League games to great effect, forcing West Ham back into their own penalty area with his direct running last week and causing Watford a number of problems on Saturday after replacing Pedro.

“I’m pleased with my form but the most important thing is the wins,” Moses told the official Chelsea website.

“We’ve taken six points from two games so the players, manager and fans are all really pleased. We’re just going to keep working hard; we know every game is difficult so we’re taking it step by step.

Also read: West Ham officially drop Moses, Emenike

“I’m feeling good. It’s important for me to take my chances when I get them and keep working hard for the team. The most important thing is for us to keep on winning games and on a personal note I just need to focus on doing what I’m good at out on the pitch and enjoying myself.”

Chelsea enter the EFL Cup at the second-round stage, welcoming League One side Bristol Rovers to Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night.

News24 reported that Emmanuel Emenike and Moses, while on loan at West Ham, missed a thrilling encounter between West Ham United and Manchester United in May.

The Nigeria duo were left on the bench for all duration as West Ham came from behind to beat their visitors 3-2 in an English Premier League game that saw the Hammers mark their departure from Upton Park after 112 years.

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