Chelsea attacker Timo Werner has revealed the hardest a part of his profession to date.
He joined the Blues from RB Leipzig in the summertime of 2020, switching from the Bundesliga to the Premier League.
Nevertheless, the 25-year-old has been unable to duplicate the shape he confirmed at his earlier membership, together with his performances for them attracting the curiosity of a few of Europe’s different high groups.
Chatting with the official Chelsea web site, Werner revealed what has been the hardest a part of his profession to date.
“For me coming to the primary staff was not the toughest in my profession. To remain there and show your self was the toughest factor. So many gamers have the expertise to come back up to now.
“If you come to the primary staff you sit on the bench for weeks, months, possibly years. To undergo this and to say ‘no, I am going by it. I keep right here, that is the place I wish to go’, that is the toughest factor.”
The German worldwide was essential in Chelsea’s highway to Champions League glory final season, notably when he scored within the semi-final second leg towards competitors giants Actual Madrid.
He has made 71 appearances for the Blues since his arrival in 2020, scoring 18 objectives and helping an extra 19.
This season he has performed 19 video games for the membership, with six objectives and three assists to his title for the present marketing campaign, which has seen him sidelined on account of harm and testing constructive for Covid-19, leading to ten missed video games.