English Premier League club, Chelsea will hand Super Eagles winger, Victor Moses with a new contract and will hold talks in 2017 according to the London Evening Standard.
The Stamford Bridge will open talks with the Nigerian in the coming days with a view to rewarding him for his impressive displays this season.
Moses agreed a four-year deal worth £45,000 a week in 2015 but Chelsea are already willing to negotiate another one and offer the 25-year old a significant pay-rise.
The Nigerian international has been one of the surprises in the Premier League this season after becoming a first-team regular at Stamford Bridge.
He has netted three league goals for Chelsea this season and his powerful displays have helped Chelsea to the summit of the league standings.
Moses joined Chelsea from Wigan for £9 million in 2012 but has been loaned to Liverpool, Stoke and West Ham respectively in the previous three seasons.
However, coach Antonio Conte has given him a chance to impress since arriving in the summer and is a huge admirer of the skilful star.
Moses has made 14 appearances this season and has started the past seven League games as a right wing back in the new 3-4-3 formation.
The 25-year-old scored his fourth goal of the season in the 2-1 win over Tottenham on Saturday and was also named man-of-the-match for a second week in a row.