By James Agberebi:
Nigeria international, Victor Moses, has admitted that Chelsea will not find it easy winning this season's English Premier League title.
After winning their first three league matches, Chelsea were forced to a 2-2 draw away to Swansea on Sunday with Moses in action.
Chelsea are currently second in the league table, two points behind leaders Manchester City.
Looking ahead to this Friday's clash against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge, Moses told chelseafc.com that the Blues have to approach every game with the aim of securing all three points to always be in contention.
"We know what is expected of us this season and we will hopefully do our best," Moses said.
"It is going to be a hard league and we have to take every game seriously. Every one is a must-win game for us."
Moses, who will be targeting his 50th appearance for the Blues if he gets to play against Liverpool, showered plaudits on new manager Antonio Conte.
"He is a great manager if you look at what he did at Juventus and he is a very passionate manager and he wants the best from us," said the 25-year-old.
"You could see in pre-season how hard everyone was working. I think he is the right man for this club.
"He came in and changed quite a few things and everyone was expecting that.
"The food regime and the training have changed and he wants everyone to gel together as a team.
"He speaks to every player and wants the best from each and every one of us, and he will get the best out of us."