Moses has been a revelation at Stamford Bridge this season since Antonio Conte converted him into a right wing-back.
In the Premier League, Chelsea have won three out of three games and have conceded no goals since Moses came into the team as part of a 3-4-3 formation.
The 25-year-old pulled out of the Super Eagles squad for the World Cup qualifier against Zambia, citing an injury.
“You don’t change a winning team unless you have a strong reason”
Nigeria boss Gernot Rohr has a warning for Chelsea star Victor Moses
He was straight back in the Blues starting line-up for their game against Manchester United after the international break, while Nigeria managed to win 2-1 without him.
And Super Eagles coach Rohr has told Moses his good form at Stamford Bridge does by no means guarantee him a starting spot for his national team.
When asked about Moses, Rohr told OwnGoal Nigeria: “You don’t change a winning team unless you have a strong reason.
“For now we are not contemplating a change of style of team, but we will call up new players for the game against Algeria.
“However anything can happen during training for the game.
“As much as we want to keep the team against Zambia, we are also open to new players breaking into the team but they have to displace the team that started against Zambia.”