Nigeria forward named Man of the Match in Chelsea’s win

Moses was once again impressive in his wing-back role as Chelsea won their sixth consecutive Premier League games.

Victor Moses

Moses was once again impressive in his wing-back role as Chelsea won their sixth consecutive Premier League games.

Speaking after the game, the 25-year-old says he wants to keep improving in every game for Chelsea.

"I'm happy I got into the starting eleven and I want to improve in every game," Moses said.

"I have been on loan three times, but we have a good manager here who wants to give youngsters an opportunity.

Moses also praised his teammates as they showed resilience to keep their lead against a spirited Middlesbrough side.

"In the second half, Boro came at us, but we were very strong at the back. The big man here (Cahill) was dominating," Moses also said.

"I think we showed great character today from the start. We had chances in the first half and we should have taken them.

"We have to keep working hard to make sure we stay at the top until the end of the season.

"It's very tight from the fifth to the first.The league is hard this season, we want to take each game as it comes."

Chelsea play Tottenham in their next Premier League game.

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