Antonio Conte has refused to be drawn on whether Chelsea will look to tie Victor Moses to a new contract following reports Barcelona are interested in the player.
Moses, 25, has been a revelation since being deployed as a right wing-back in Blues boss Conte’s 3-4-3 formation.
That has led to speculation that Barca could make a move for the Nigeria international.
Asked if he would therefore be keen for Moses to be offered a new deal, Conte said: “About Victor, it is important to be focused on the present – focused game by game.
“Now we are doing very well. I like to think my players focus on the present and not on the future – not so long-term.
“We have just started this league and after a period of two bad defeats we have won six games in a row and it is important now to continue this.
“It is important to be focused and think of the present, not look to the future.”