Former Tottenham Hotspur striker and current BBC sports pundit Garth Crooks said Nigerian forward, Victor Moses is currently indispensable at Chelsea.
With the current 3-4-3 formation deployed by Chelsea’s Italian coach Antonio Conte, Crooks who won 2 FA cups and a UEFA cup with Tottenham believes it will be difficult to see if Conte can find a replacement for Moses at right wing back for the blues.
“Moses has become such a firm fixture in Chelsea’s title challenge that it’s hard to see how manager Antonio Conte can improve in that area,” Crooks told BBC Sport.
Crooks also believes that Moses and Chelsea are closer to winning the EPL title after a 3-0 win over Everton on Sunday.
“If the victory over Everton is any indication then the Chelsea celebrations after the game suggested the title has been won. Or at least they have got over what they considered to be the most difficult part of their run-in,” he added.
Moses, 26, has scored three goals and has made five assists in 31 appearances in the