Tottenham are reportedly showing last minute interest in Chelsea forward Victor Moses, with the Blues considering offloading the 24 year old after returning from a loan spell with Stoke. Moses has never looked to be in Jose Mourinho's plans and after a disappointing loan spell with Liverpool, his stint with Stoke was marred by injury and on return to Stamford Bridge Mourinho was believed to be open to offers for his departure.

West Ham appeared to be the favourites to sign the Nigeria international but the Daily Mail reports that Tottenham are now also in the mix, making their interest known in typical last-minute fashion as Spurs look to beef up their attacking line-up. The Hammers were believed to be considering taking Moses on a loan basis with the possibility of making the move permanent in the future but as they try to seal with signing of Aaron Lennon from Tottenham, it would appear that their moves could all collapse at the hands of Daniel Levy, who is known for his tough bargaining abilities.

Mauricio Pochettino is reportedly looking for more wingers as Tottenham amassed just three points from four games so far this season. The side have already spent around €45m on their op-front line-up this summer, bringing in Heung-Min Son from Bayer Leverkusen and Cameroonian forward Clinton N'Jie from Lyon. But with a negative goal difference already Pochettino may see Moses as coming into his best form at just the right time for Spurs' ambitions.

Whether Tottenham would accept Moses on a loan deal or if the side wants him permanently remains to be seen. While Mourinho is happy to let the attacking star go he has spoken highly of his abilities, recently telling reporters: "He's strong, he's an experienced guy, he knows the Premier League well, he's fast, he's aggressive. Victor has had an evolution in the last couple of years."