Werner is happy with his performance since Tuchel’s arrival.
had a rough time while Lampard was
boss, but he hopes to have a different performance under
Timo Werner toldSky Sports
of having a fellow countryman at the helm:
“When you have a new manager it is, every time, a new beginning for everybody, so it was a new beginning for me as well, because I said, 'OK, I missed so many chances, I missed so many points and maybe I will start now.'
“I understood the old manager very well, it was not because of the language. But I think when you can talk German to someone, you can explain some things easier, and maybe he [Tuchel] would explain things easier than the old manager, for example, because it can be different when you talk to someone in your own language.
“Maybe misunderstanding a word can make a sentence completely different.
“I think he has changed me in this way to give me his trust and change my confidence.
“I don't care about the missed chances or the past. I want to look to the future to get the team back to the top and to score goals.”
He has played in 34 games scoring ten goals and assisting six, which doesn’t make him a successful signing for the club.