Marcos Alonso has been in good form for Chelsea and have already scored 5 goals this campaign, and Victor Moses is yet to register a goal.

Moses who’s back from a hamstring injury that kept him out for six week in the autumn has now admitted he has his eye on closing the gap on Marcos Alonso as the pair enjoy a friendly rivalry.

“Marcos is banging them in, I missed a few games but that is not an excuse and we have still got a lot of games to go this season, and I will try to hopefully catch Marcos up,” he laughs while telling the official Chelsea website.

“I will try to do my best and we will see what happens but I am delighted for Marcos, he is doing very well and scoring goals and helping the team as well.”

And with just a few hours left in 2017, Moses revealed his New Year resolutions.

“To keep pushing,” he decides.

“We are doing the best that we can and we are not going to give up the Premier League easily, we are still in the race. We are still in the Champions League, the FA Cup and Carabao Cup so we will do the best that we can to try to win something.”

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