Date: 9th November 2017 at 9:23pm
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The Nigerian wing-back has returned to outdoor training.

has been dependent on Davide Zappacosta and Cesar Azpilicueta during Moses’ absence from the first-team. However the 26-year-old is continuing his path to recovery.

The experienced international has been injured since the ’ surprising 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in October.

Moses has also been nominated for the 2017 African footballer of the year award, and he demonstrated his significance to Conte last season, transforming from a make-shift defender to a seasoned wing-back as the Blues won their fifth Premier League title.

Throughout the entirety of his Chelsea career, the former Wigan player has amassed 88 appearances for the Premier League Champions, and he’s scored an impressive total of 15 goals.

The Nigerian has since taken to Twitter to update supporters on his progress. Scarcely has Conte had the full squad at his disposal this season. Here’s hoping that Moses is back on the pitch soon.