After failing in his bid to keep Victor Moses, Stoke City coach, Mark Hughes believes the player could be a chance in the Chelsea team next season
Nigeria forward Victor Moses could be set to remain at Chelsea next season after spending two seasons on loan since his move to the club.
Moses joined Chelsea from Wigan in 2012 and spent the following seasons at Liverpool and Stoke City.
Stoke City were keen on a permanent deal and were expected to include the forward in their sale of goalkeeper Asmir Begovic.
Chelsea however have so far refused to sell the forward to Stoke City, making coach Mark Hughes to believe that the Super Eagles player might be given a chance in the Chelsea team next season.
"It could be he plays a part for Chelsea this year," Hughes is quoted to say by the BBC Sports.
"He showed enough in his time with us that it made Chelsea very aware of the talent they have."
"I think they would possibly like to keep him although if they go into the market again, they could change that idea.
"Victor obviously came to us last year and did exceptionally well for us."