Victor Moses passes as one of the top performers for Chelsea in the outgoing season.

But he was not good enough to usurp the duo of Eden Hazard and N’Golo Kante who were the big winners in the end-of-season awards ceremony staged by the Blues in London on Sunday night.

Hazard ended his season on a high by being named the Chelsea Player of the Year.

The Belgian, who also scooped the Goal of the Season gong for his solo strike against Arsenal, vowed to remain at the club.

N'Golo Kante won the Players' Player of the Year accolade.

Outgoing Chelsea captain John Terry, who collected a Special Recognition award, also used the night to reflect on his career, while also admitting he could call it quits.

He said: "Chelsea's my life and it has been for 22 years and it'll never go away. The fans mean everything to me, the memories will live with me forever. I couldn't be here without you and I thank you from my heart.

"I hope to be back here in the future. The club have made it clear that the door is always open. I'm going to go away for a week and will decide my future, whether that's playing or finishing."

Chelsea had also planned to stage a victory parade on Sunday, but cancelled it having deemed it 'inappropriate' following the terror attack in Manchester.