Recuperating Nigeria international Victor Moses has set his sights on coming back stronger from injury to have a better outing next season.
The Chelsea star, who was on loan at Stoke City suffered a hamstring injury on April 11 in an EPL Week 6 game against West Ham United, which ended 1-1 draw.
The AFCON 2013 winner through his Twitter account thanked the fans for their concern over his injury and vowed he will have a better time in the forthcoming season.
“Afternoon everyone how you all doing today? Thanks for your messages about the injury, it’s progressing well and I will be back better and stronger next season,” he said on Twitter.
Victor Moses joined Chelsea for £9 million from Wigan Athletic in the summer of 2012.
He was on loan at Liverpool last season (2013/2014), where he scored a goal in 19 games, and this season he played 19 games with three goals for Stoke City.
He made 23 appearances with a goal to show for Chelsea in his first season at ‘The Blues’.

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