The Nigeria winger has struggled for minutes since his loan switch.
â€śI donâ€™t know whether Chelsea would agree to take him back as theyâ€™ve got a big squad but it might be in everyoneâ€™s best interests if the loan is cancelled,â€ť Aldridge said in an article for the Liverpool Echo.
â€śIf Moses wants to stay at Liverpool until the end of the season then he needs to buck his ideas up. Heâ€™s in a precarious position.
â€śThe Nigeria international could have no complaints about being hauled off at half-time of Sundayâ€™s 2-0 win over Oldham.
â€śHe looked completely disinterested in that opening 45 minutes and gave the manager little option.
â€śThere was no desire, no spirit. Maybe heâ€™s lacking a bit of confidence or maybe heâ€™s just unhappy because heâ€™s played so little recently.
â€śWhen Moses arrived I thought he would be a decent acquisition. He talked about wanting to nail down a place at Anfield but to achieve that you need to deliver on the pitch and he hasnâ€™t done that. He has let himself down.â€ť