The Blues extended their lead over Tottenham Hotspur to seven points after Diego Costa’s brace and strikes from Gary Cahill and Eden Hazard subdued the Saints.
The delighted 26-year-old who was replaced by John Terry in the closing stages of the game appreciated his team’s effort, and stated he is focused on the game against sixth-placed Toffees at Goodison Park.
''Massive win last night and a crucial three points, time to focus now on Sunday's game #CFC,'' Moses tweeted.
The Super Eagles star despite playing in a strange position this season has been a key figure in Antonio Conte’s squad – playing 30 times with three goals to his credit.
A win for the Blues against Ronald Koeman’s men will take them closer to winning the diadem at the expense of closest challengers Spurs.