The Nigerian winger moved to Anfield on a season-long loan.
Brendan Rodgers admits Liverpool were lucky to be able to sign Victor Moses from Chelsea this summer.
Moses joined the Reds on a season-long loan in the latter days of the transfer window after finding it difficult to nail down a starting spot in his first year at Stamford Bridge and faced increased competition this term after the arrival of several attacking players in west London.
However, Rodgers insists Chelsea’s loss will be Liverpool’s gain and feels 22-year-old will bring something extra to the attack at Anfield.
“I know what I’m getting with Victor,” Rodgers told Metro. “He is an intelligent footballer. He has good pace, he’s strong and he has got good experience.
“He has already played 100 Premier League games and we were fortunate that he became available.
“I like his character. He’s coming in here to prove himself and he is coming into a coaching environment.
“We always bring players in we feel have more development in them. At 22, there is still a lot of potential in Victor.”
Moses is poised to make his debut on Monday night when his new side travel to Swansea aiming to maintain their 100% start to the season.