Winger Victor Moses is hoping to avoid another red card when Chelsea take on Manchester United in the FA Cup final on Saturday.

12 months ago, Moses was sent off after picking a second yellow card for diving in Chelsea’s 2-1 defeat to Arsenal in the 2017 FA Cup final.

The Nigeria international, who still remembered the worst feeling, is hoping to avoid a repeat and beat Jose Mourinho’s side to the FA Cup trophy.

"Yes, definitely, it was the worst feeling ever that I’ve experienced in my career, and in a final as well," Moses said.

"I wanted to be on the pitch to help my team-mates. It played on my mind a little bit, but apart from that it’s happened and there’s nothing I can do about it.

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"It would be a dream [to score the winning goal], but the most important thing is that it’s all about the team and the team effort. We need to work hard, stick together and, hopefully, if we can do that, we can overcome anyone.

"I can't rewind it back, to try and not get a red card, it is what it is, it’s football. We just want to get it right this time. We know we have Man United in the final, but it won't be easy. If we can win it, it will be a great bonus, but we just want to finish strong.

"Every single one of us wants to stay disciplined and focused, and do what the manager asks of us on the pitch and make sure that we win.

"The most important thing is that we just have to motivate ourselves to win it. Obviously, last year, I got a red card, but we want to try and get it right this time.

"But that’s gone now, we have another final on May 19 against Manchester United to look forward to and we want to win it."

Chelsea missed out on the top four place at the end of the English Premier League, and will not play in next season’s UEFA Champions League.

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