The Nigeria international believes Rafael Benitez's men can make things easier for themselves by netting early on in their Europa League meeting with the Romanian side
The Blues hold a 3-1 aggregate lead ahead of Thursday evening's quarterfinal second leg meeting with the Romanians at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia.
And Moses, who scored Chelsea's second in the first leg, believes an early goal could kill the tie and ensure the west London club progress.
"We're here to try to win the game. They have good strikers and they will be in our faces from the start," the 22 year-old told reporters.
"We just need to get our noses in front and try to win the game. It won't be an easy task but we're looking forward to it. If we can score an early goal that will be great for us."