Victor Moses
Victor Moses has played a peripheral role in this campaign during his loan spell with Liverpool. Reuters

Liverpool's on-loan winger Victor Moses has revealed that he knew that the Reds will win the Premier League this season right from his first training session with them.

Brendan Rodgers' side have surged to the top of the league table having amassed 80 points after playing 35 matches, five points clear of second placed Chelsea. The Merseyside club can win their first league title in 24 years if they secure at least seven points from their remaining three fixtures.

Moses joined Liverpool from Chelsea on a season-long loan last summer.

The 23-year-old stresses that the manner and dedication with which the club's players train gave him the belief that the Merseyside club can win the league title.

"When I first came here, I knew that Liverpool were going to win the league. Just from seeing the way everyone trained, that first training session, and the games that I played in early on, I could see the quality that we have here," Moses told the Liverpool Echo.

"Even when I spoke to the press, I said that we would win it. There is huge talent at this club, and I knew that this team could go far. We are in a position now where if we win the rest of our games, we will win the Premier League. That's not a bad position to be in, is it?"

Liverpool are due to face Chelsea at Anfield this Sunday and Moses will not feature as he is ineligible to face his parent club.

The Nigerian international began his season at Anfield with a goal on his debut against Swansea City. Since then, the former Wigan Athletic winger has played a peripheral role in Rodgers' side. He has made 18 league appearances in total out of which 12 have come as a substitute.

However, Moses remains confident and insists that despite not getting a considerable number of games under his belt, he is happy with life in Merseyside.

"I know I haven't played a lot of games, but the most important thing we can do is to show our support to the players who are playing. What I want is what is best for the club. I love the club. It's a massive club with amazing history, and I have enjoyed every single minute of being at Liverpool," Moses concluded.