Inter will wait until the end of the season before taking a decision on whether to activate their option to buy on loan defender Victor Moses according to a report from British broadcaster Sky Sports.

Moses joined the Nerazzurri club in a six month loan deal in the most recent January transfer window with Inter obtaining an option to sign him outright from Chelsea for a sum of €12 million

The Nigerian national team player is out of contract with the Premier League side at the end of next season and the report goes on to claim that Inter are not willing to spend big on a player whose contract will be up in little over 12 months time.

Some reports elsewhere in the media have suggested that the only way that Moses will remain with Inter past the end of this season is if Chelsea and Inter can agree to a loan extension.