Chelsea right wing-back Victor Moses has provided a positive update on his injury, saying he hopes to be back doing his thing in the near future.
The Nigeria international has not kicked a ball since he was substituted in the 40th minute of Chelsea’s 2-1 loss to Crystal Palace on October 14 after suffering a hamstring injury.
Chelsea confirmed via their official website on Monday that the number fifteen didn’t train with the first-teamers and won’t participate in the Champions League match against Roma at the Stadio Olimpico tomorrow night.
The Super Eagles star has posted a video of himself on social media, where he was undergoing cardio workout in the swimming pool, with an accompanying message : ”Putting the work in will be back soon! #roadtorecovery”.
Perhaps, the former Crystal Palace and Wigan star was sending a cryptic message to manager Gernot Rohr and the Super Eagles faithful that he won’t be available for the upcoming World Cup qualifier against Algeria plus the international friendly with Argentina.
Moses scored three goals and provided an assist in his four appearances for the Super Eagles in the third round of the World Cup qualifiers.