Chelsea striker Timo Werner has admitted that he hasn’t ever suffered a objective drought so long as the 14 Premier League sport goalless run he persevered between November and February.
The ahead hit 28 objectives in 34 Bundesliga appearances for RB Leipzig all over the 2019/20 marketing campaign, and after months of hypothesis linking him with a transfer to Liverpool, he joined Chelsea in a £53m deal in the summertime of 2020.
Werner netted 4 instances in his first 8 most sensible flight appearances for the Blues. Then again, after his past due strike in opposition to Sheffield United on 7 November, he would no longer ranking some other Premier League objective till Chelsea’s 2-Zero win over Newcastle on 15 February.
“It was once difficult for me as a result of I need to lend a hand the workforce,” Werner advised BBC Game. “I need to ranking, it is in my nature, I’m a striker.
“I by no means had it [a long goal drought] in my occupation earlier than. You’ll be able to at all times be informed extra from the dangerous eventualities. I discovered to agree with in myself, to provide the whole thing at the pitch, no longer handiest take into accounts objectives and battle for the workforce. Now I am hoping this era is long past and I ranking a couple of extra objectives till the tip of the season.
“A large number of excellent strikers come to the Premier League and take twelve months to calm down and adapt. I feel my shape goes up and getting higher and higher.
“Possibly this 12 months isn’t the 12 months of objective scoring for Timo however on the finish I will be able to mirror at the season. I’ve discovered so much. I do know precisely the groups we play in opposition to, how they play.”
Werner was once dropped at Stamford Bridge by way of Frank Lampard, however he has since been changed by way of Thomas Tuchel. The previous PSG boss is a compatriot of Werner’s, and the Chelsea ahead praised his motivational taste.
“I will communicate to him very simply,” Werner added. “When he screams at the pitch, no downside for me. I want kinds of managers who scream at me. It offers me extra energy.”