Victor Moses admits last season was the best of his career after playing a major role in Chelsea’s march to the Premier League title.
The Nigerian winger was converted into a wing-back by boss Antonio Conte, and fitted in seamlessly as the Blues eased to their fifth title in 12 years.
Moses joined Chelsea from Wigan in 2012, but loan spells at Liverpool, Stoke and West Ham limited first-team opportunities at Stamford Bridge.
But Conte has rejuvenated his career and now the 26-year-old wants to push on to even greater things when the new campaign kicks off in a month’s time.
“It was a great season for me personally and for the whole team, the fans, the manager and everyone at the club,” he said.
“We won the league and every single one of us was buzzing. I’ve never experienced anything like that feeling before.
“We had a good manager come in last summer, who was willing to give everyone an opportunity and he gave me the chance to express myself, starting from pre-season.
“That gave me confidence and, after that, I didn’t look back, especially after I started the game against Hull City and we switched our formation.
“This is one of the biggest leagues in the world and the whole world watches it, and winning it was probably one of the biggest days of my life.
“Hopefully we’ll do even better next season and pick up from where we left off in the league.”