Super Eagles’ winger Victor Moses has revealed that his New Year resolution will be to keep pushing harder and trying to achieve success both at national and club level can report

The Blues wing-back who spoke to the clubs website said he was delighted to be among the club centurion, while adding that the champions are not giving up on the EPL title just yet and will fight till the end.

“My New Year resolution will be ‘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.’

‘It really means a lot. It is a lot of games and it is good for me to make 100 appearances for a great club like Chelsea. It is one of the biggest clubs in the world and I am happy to be here and I am enjoying my football, so I am very delighted with everything.

‘The appearances have come quickly since the start of last season. The most important thing is I am enjoying the football, I have a great manager here who is helping every single one of us to improve and we have had a great year this year. We will do our best to finish as high as we can this season’.

The 27 year old confirmed he is fully over the hamstring injury that kept him out for six week in the autumn and now he has his eye on closing the gap on Marcos Alonso.

‘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.

‘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.’