The Nigerian international is praying the coach to start him in more games for the European Champions
Moses is coming off the back of a man of the match performance against Manchester United in the Capital One Cup and got his first league goal for the European champions against Swansea.
The match against was Moses’ first start for Chelsea in the league.
“I was delighted to start but the game was a bit slow from us, though we came out second half and dominated, but it cost us at the end,” Moses told his club’s official site.
“It's not the best result but we have to take it and move on from it.
Moses believes that he has shown enough quality for the coach to start him against Donetsk on Wednesday.
“It's a massive club and with the amount and quality of players we have here you have to wait for your chance.
“That's what I've been doing and I have to show the manager I'm good enough to start. It's just part of the game.
“Now we have to keep on improving week in week out, but I am delighted to be here,” he added.Chelsea play Shakhtar Donestsk on Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League Matchday 4, and are then at home to Liverpool on Sunday.