Chelsea winger Victor Moses says his objective this season is to enjoy regular first team football in Antonio Conte's squad.
The 25-year-old spent the last three seasons on loan at Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham United.
But he is now determined to use pre-season to convince the Italian that he can be an asset for the Blues.
"The work has not really changed from Austria," Moses told the club's official website.
"We just need to work hard to make sure we are a lot fitter come the start of the season. Everyone is looking sharp, everyone wants to do the work and we are excited; we have got a new manager and we all just want to work as hard as we can.
"I came back to start my pre-season early with the group of players who had been on loan last season, which helped as well, but to be honest, I just want to enjoy my football.
"I want the fans to be able to recognise I am doing something good for the club but at the same time I want to work hard for the team and make sure we win games.
"We have played two games so far so we still need to get our fitness up and we have a game coming up against Liverpool which is going to be good for us.
"With a new manager I want to show my talent and that I am willing to play for the team."