The Nigerian, who signed for the Blues from Wigan in the summer for £9 million (€11m), has scored in his new team's last two games and feels that an improvement is already showing despite having made only four starts since his transfer.
"There is still a lot more to come from me," Moses told reporters.
"I have had a few chances and been working hard in training. I always said that I wanted to enjoy myself when I get out there. I keep working hard for my team-mates.
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Despite being down in the pecking order behind the likes of Juan Mata, Eden Hazard and Oscar, Moses says that he has already learned from his new team-mates, which he believes is crucial in his development process.
"With the quality of players we have got, I learn from them as well," the former Latics star added. "That is the only way you can improve - playing around good players such as this.
"As long as I'm out there, I just want to enjoy myself. There are a number of great names here, quality players here, it's great to be working with them as well."
A draw for Chelsea against Shakhtar would have seen them drop to third in Group E with a tricky trip to Italy against Juventus up next. Moses was the hero at Stamford Bridge to send his side top with his late winner but refuses to take all the plaudits after Wednesday's display.
He added: "We have been working hard the past few weeks and it was great to get a win with Juventus coming up.
"I feared we had left it too late, but overall we're delighted with the three points. It was a vital goal, but it wasn't just about me - other players did well as well.
"It feels great being in the Champions League. The club won it last season and to be here now is fantastic for me."