Stoke City boss Mark Hughes remains hopeful of signing Chelsea's Nigerian winger Victor Moses on a free this summer.
Moses who is currently recuperating from an hamstring injury impressed Hughes during his loan spell at the Britannia stadium and the Welshman wants the 24 year old to be on the Potters books on the long term.
'It was good to see Victor back at the ground for the final game of the season,' Hughes told the Stoke Sentinel.
'I thought it was important he came, along with Bojan (Krkic), because they have obviously played their part in our season as well as those on show for the last game.
'He's (Moses) back at Chelsea now, but hopefully we can still do something. We'll have to see.'
And with his current deal running out this summer, Stoke will be Moses' first choice.
Moses who played 19 games and scored thrice was at the Britannia to watch Stoke batter Liverpool 6-1 in the final game of the season and gave Liverpool a nightmare farewell from the Premier League.
Stoke ended their season ninth in the Premier League with a club record.