By Johnny Edward:
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is pleased to with the impact of Nigeria winger Victor Moses in the Blues 2-1 win over Watford on Saturday.
Moses came on for Pedro Rodriguez in the 71st minute for his second appearance this season and showed the desired commitment which was applauded by Conte.
"I’m pleased for Moses, for Cesc, for Batshuayi because their impact was very good. It’s important for me, this. It shows the great spirit of the team, the right attitude, the right commitment.
"It was the same against West Ham," Conte pointed out in his post-match press conference.
"I understand when you don’t start the game usually you aren’t happy. The manager must choose the starting XI and then try to find the right solution during the game. "We saw this in these two games."
Conte also spoke about the need to buy a defender before the transfer window closes and the need to improve Nigerian-born defender Ola Aina.
"Ola Aina is a guy of the Academy, [born in] 96, very good with great potential, but you know with a young player you must work to improve him and put him in the first team.
"I am sure Aina has a good future, but with the numbers, five defenders, if there is an injury or a ban we are in trouble. The club and I know this, and we are talking every day to improve the squad, but we know the market is very difficult."