Hughes keen to offer Moses a permanent deal at Stoke

Hughes keen to offer Moses a permanent deal at Stoke

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Stoke City manager Mark Hughes seems keen to offer to Chelsea loanee Victor Moses a new deal despite the Nigerian suffering a new hamstring injury.

The 24-year old is on a season-long loan at the Potters, after previously being loaned out to Liverpool since moving to Chelsea from Wigan in 2012.

Moses has made 22 appearances for the Staffordshire side, with four goals.

He has stated that he has enjoyed his time at Stoke, but he is still a Chelsea player. However Stoke boss Hughes has said to still be keen on the striker.

“Because he is an explosive player, the hamstring is always a danger, and so he will always be a bit susceptible to those kind of injuries; but that won’t affect my thinking on other decisions we make with Victor. 

“He has done well for us this season, but he is a Chelsea player and so they decide on the timing of talks.

The striker suffered his third injury of the campaign last Saturday against West Ham, but this will not deter his current manager, who believes in the Nigerian’s qualities as a player.