MOSES: THOUGHT WE'D WON IT
Goalscorer Victor Moses says we must move on quickly from Swansea's late equaliser in south Wales on Saturday afternoon.
The summer signing scored his first league goal for the club on the hour at the Liberty Stadium, and it looked like it would be enough to secure a victory to return us to the top of the table, only for the hosts to net a late leveller.
'It was a great header from Gary Cahill and I was in the right place at the right time. I just quickly directed it towards the goal and it hit the post and went in the back of the net,' said the 21-year-old.
'I thought it was the winner, everyone did but that's football and we have to pick ourselves up and look forward to the next game.'
On a personal level the former Wigan man has adapted well to life at Chelsea, but has had to display patience as a victim of a settled side that has begun the season well. Injury to Juan Mata at the weekend gave him a first league start, and Moses felt he did well in a tight encounter that produced few scoring chances.
'It's a massive club and with the amount and quality of players we have here you have to wait for your chance. That's what I've been doing and I have to show the manager I'm good enough to start. It's just part of the game.
'I was delighted to start but the game was a bit slow from us, though we came out second half and dominated, but it cost us at the end,' he said. 'It's not the best result but we have to take it and move on from it.
'Now we have to keep on improving week in week out, but I am delighted to be here.'