“I’m feeling happy, I’m feeling excited and right now I’m looking forward to every game,’ Moses told the club’s official website.
“The most important thing is getting out on the pitch and enjoying your football, and that’s what I am doing at the moment. It’s also good to have a team that believes in your ability and encourages you to keep driving on and playing well.
“I really appreciate the support of the fans as well.
“From the very first day I came here they have been great with me. I can tell the love they have for me and at the same time I have got a huge amount of respect and love for them as well.
“I will keep doing my best for them to make sure we win as many games as we can. The whole team wants to do well for the fans and make them happy, and we are going to do that this season.”
Moses started his fourth successive league game in a row today as Chelsea won 2-0 at Southampton, sending them up to fourth in the table.
The Blues have won all four top-flight games since Conte switched to a 3-4-3 formation.
And Moses, who set up Eden Hazard for Chelsea’s opener at St. Mary’s, is expected to continue in his new role when Conte’s men host Everton on Saturday (5.30pm).