The Germany international, who has raised a lot of questions regarding his form, believes Chelsea are “back in shape” under the reign of Thomas Tuchel.
reveals that the Blues’ fear of ending the season below the top four title contenders on thePremier League
table has been taking over before the new manager Thomas Tuchel was appointed.
The Blues have got off on the right foot at the beginning of the season, with a run of 17 unbeaten matches courtesy of a significant summer investment.
However, they were off the track before the dismissal of the club legend
was assigned to turn things around and has proved qualified with the 10 points he earned in his first four matches, with three wins and one draw.
If we go back three or four matches, when the manager was not yet here, we were nine or ten points behind the top four,
” Werner said after a 2-1 victory over Sheffield United.
We watched the table and were like, ‘oh, it might not be so good at the end of the season’. Now we are really good, back in shape, and I think if we keep going like this we can put more pressure on the other teams."
Chelsea are sitting fifth on the Premier League table, one points adrift of the fourth-placedLiverpool
The Blues’ next Premier League games are going to be againstManchester United
and Liverpool, as well as FA Cup andChampions League