One great characteristic of Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is his ability to manage a team to great effect despite shortcomings.
The 48-year-old Italian led the team to the title last term after a poor start to the season and an even terrible season before that. He has also shaped the team well this season, despite the squad being so thin. This was clearly evident in the 3-5-2 formation Chelsea played against Tottenham with the squad being so thin and talks of crisis are long dissipated.
Victor Moses was full of praise for the manager.
He told the official Chelsea website: “It is good because we have a good manager who knows how to treat the players and how to grind out a result. Last week we did exactly that and we came out victorious but the most important thing now is to keep working together as a team because the season has just started.
He then revealed that the team is working hard to improve. Moses said: “We are working hard together as a team to make sure we understand each other and we have the likes of Bakayoko, Rudiger and Morata in, so they are still getting used to the system we are playing and they are very good players. We are working very hard to make sure we understand each other.
“The new players all fit in well,” he added. “We are trying to make them feel at home and they are happy to be here. We are trying to make sure they enjoy their football.”