Nigerian winger Victor Moses has been a revelation this season for Chelsea as a right wing-back and a major factor as the west London club are flying nine points clear at the top of the Premier League.
But apparently, Moses is not a big fan of training sessions. Phil Bardsley, a former team-mate when the Nigerian spent the 2014-15 season on loan at Stoke City, revealed on BBC’s Match of the Day 2 that Moses was known as the “session wrecker” then. Bardsley said Moses would just turn up at training totally uninterested in the sessions. But he was a different beast on match day.
It is difficult to imagine that Moses has continued along the same lines at Chelsea under coach Antonio Conte. The way he has adapted to the wing-back position this season which he has not played before, suggests a more keen interest in the training drills at Chelsea.
Chelsea take on Burnley this afternoon and a win would take them 12 points clear of closest rivals Tottenham.