Chelsea winger Victor Moses who completed his six month loan move to Fenerbahce has revealed his readiness to get started with the Turkish League strugglers.
The 28-year-old played just three games with the Blues this season before being relegated to substitute bench by Maurizio Sarri and that forced him into making an unexpected switch to Fenerbahce who are struggling to remain in Turkey’s top-flight League.
After completing his move to the team on Thursday, Moses took to his verified Twitter account to appreciate the Stamford Bridge faithfuls for the love they showed him despite the struggles he faced all through the campaign.
He equally thanked the Yellow Submarines for giving him the chance to revamp his career which has been on a downward trend since Sarri stepped into Stamford Bridge.
According to him, he “can’t wait to start working with the team” and play his role in getting the team back to the position they ought to be.
The former Nigeria international, who retired from international duties last year, will be hoping to live up to expectations because Fenerbahce’s supporters are counting on his qualities to get them out of the relegation zone.
Meanwhile, Chelsea new signing Gonzalo Higuain is getting used to his new teammates as he was seen joking with Hazard at Cobham training ground.
The player is expected to make his debut appearance for the former Premier Champions later today when they tackle Sheffield Wednesday in the FA fifth round.