Chelsea boss Roberto di Matteo singled out Victor Moses for special praise after their draw at Swansea City.

Chelsea's goal at the Liberty Stadium came courtesy of Moses, the former Wigan man's first league strike for his new club.

The 21-year-old was among Chelsea's best performers in south Wales, with his pace and trickery proving a constant thorn in the side to Swansea.

And Di Matteo is pleased by the development the Nigeria international is showing.

He said: "He has been doing very well, every time he has played he has performed well. He is still very young but there is a lot more to come from him and I was pleased with him.

"He is a big threat, he has tricks and pace and is becoming more effective when he finds space."