Victor Moses hasn’t featured for Chelsea since picking up a hamstring injury in Chelsea’s 2-1 defeat at Crystal Palace.
Moses admits it has been frustrating watching on from the sidelines but insists his recovery is going very well.
“The rehab has been going very well and hopefully I can just take my time to get myself as fit as possible to go back out there and enjoy my football again,” Moses told Goal.
“It is always frustrating when you watch the lads and you want to go in there yourself to try to help, to do the best you can to help the lads.
“Apart from that, it is always frustrating to watch from the sidelines when you just want to go out there and play football.
“You have to be disciplined, you don’t get to spend much time with the players. I am always by myself with the physio, trying to concentrate on my rehab to get back as quickly as possible.
“It was a bad one, it was a grade-three hamstring tear which is very bad so I have got to take my time. If I rush myself back then I could just fall back down again so it is about taking my time to be 100% fit to do what I am best at.”