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The West Ham and Nigeria star admits playing for
the Blues has always held an appeal for him – but
had to move to the Hammers to get regular playing

West Ham United’s Victor Moses has revealed he
would relish the chance to play for Chelsea.
The 24-year-old Nigeria international was loaned to
the Hammers having failed in his bid to tie down a
regular place in Jose Mourinho’s squad – despite
his impressive performance for them during pre-

Moses, however, has claimed he wants to play for
the Stamford Bridge giants but his primary aim is to
play football.

“Chelsea is a great club, I’d love to play there. But
the most important thing is to play, so I go wherever
I can play,” Moses told The Telegraph.

“ If you don’t play, your fitness, your concentration
levels, they can maybe drop a bit. So I want to play
as much as I can. Enjoy it.

“England is a great country, great people as well. I
love to be here. I felt at home here straight away. I
feel now like I’ve lived here all my life. I owe this
country a lot. Everything. I am so happy to be here,”
he concluded.

Moses who got three goals in 19 English topflight
appearances last season for Stoke City is like to
make his debut for West Ham United on Monday
evening when they welcome Newcastle United.

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