- Chelsea forward Victor Moses has recounted his experiences on loan spells
- The Nigerian player said he was a little bit frustrated while on loan
- He has been impressive for the Blues this season in the Premier League
After spending three consecutive seasons on loan spells, Chelsea striker Victor Moses has explained what he faced during his temporary stay away from Stamford Bridge.
The Nigerian international enjoyed his debut campaign after moving to Chelsea in the 2012 from Wigan, but the return of former Blues' manager Jose Mourinho was not good for him as Moses was sent on loan.
While on loan, the 26-year-old featured for Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham United.
This season under the Chelsea new manager Antonio Conte, Victor Moses has been impressive, and the forward recounted how frustrated he was while away from Stamford Bridge.
''I am not going to lie, I have been a little bit frustrated because when you spend a month plus in the hotel and not having time to relax as I will have to go back to London after the season,'' he explained
This term in the Premier League, Victor Moses has featured in 14 Premier League games for table topping Chelsea scoring three goals.