The on-loan Chelsea wingback made his Serie A debut for Inter Milan in the 2-0 win at Udinese, his second win in two games since making the switch to Italy.
Two Romelu Lukaku goals gave Antonio Conte’s men all the three points at the Dacia Arena against a home side who had Super Eagles defender, William Troost-Ekong on the bench.
Moses had a troubled end to his loan spell with Fenerbahce, but he is enjoying his football once again following his switch to Internazionale during the January transfer window. The 29-year-old made his Inter Milan bow on Wednesday in the 2-1 defeat of Fiorentina in the Coppa Italia.
He made his league debut on Sunday with Conte preferring the Nigerian to Candreva in the wingback role.
Speaking after Sunday night’s clash, the former Nigeria international revealed that the family-like setting at his new club has helped him settle quickly at Inter.
“I’m settling in very well because I know a few lads as well – Ashley Young, Lukaku and Eriksen that came in as well,” the former Wigan forward told Inter TV.
“It’s like a family in the changing room and all the lads are cracking jokes which is very good.
“We are all settling in well and we are enjoying every moment but the most important thing when it is time for the game we have to switch on and make sure we win every game.
“To be a champion you have to work very hard and then we have to put that in now right from today to the end of the season.”
Moses will have his first-ever taste of the Milan derby when Inter clash with AC Milan at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on Sunday, February 9.