Super Eagles forward, Victor Moses is set to return to action after the international break from a hamstring injury which kept him out for a month.
The injury will also keep him out of the final World Cup qualifying group game against Algeria today and next Tuesday’s international friendly against Argentina as he was not called up to the national team in order to allow for adequate recovery.
The 26 year-old who has been sorely missed by Chelsea sustained the injury during the first half of his team’s 2-1 loss away at Crystal Palace. To the delight of the fans, he revealed his return to training on Thursday via his twitter handle saying:
— Victor Moses (@VictorMoses) November 9, 2017
In the last 18 months, Victor Moses has become an integral member of the Chelsea first team due to the sensitive right wing back position which he occupies; and his return would no doubt be a timely boost for Chelsea who are looking to get back on track and get a good run of results after their 1-0 win over Manchester United.