‘I Am Not Chelsea’s Next Hazard’ – Pulisic TALKS As He Welcomes Timo Werner And Ziyech
Christian Pulisic insists he is not trying to be the next Eden Hazard at Chelsea with the player determined to become his own player.
The 21 year old has enjoyed a productive debut campaign in English football since his arrival from Dortmund.
He got off to a slow start before suffering an untimely injury early in 2020 and finding himself stuck in coronavirus lockdown.
Pulisic has shown the potential that Chelsea always believed he had when snapping him up from Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2019.
With the American forward having hit the ground running since the Premier League restart.
He has now scored nine goals and assists for the season with those efforts earning obvious comparisons to former Blues talisman Hazard.
Frank Lampard has, however, done his best to ignore such talk, with Pulisic doing likewise.
Pulisic Told Sky Sports Of The Eden Hazard Debate:
He’s an unbelievable player, It’s pretty obvious what he accomplished at this club and I’m not trying to compare myself to that.
What’s important for me now is winning games and having an impact for my team.
“I’m really happy I can do that as of recent and my style is always going to continue to be that very attacking-minded.
And creative kind of player, I’m happy I can help the team any way I can.
“I want to be a part of this team, every day in training I work hard because I want to start and I want to be on the field and I want to create goals and I want to score goals.
That’s where I want to be, I want to continue to make a big impact every week and every game.”
While Pulisic is currently thriving, he is about to see Chelsea bolster their ranks with new additions of Ziyech and Timo Werner.
Pulisic Talks About Timo Werner And Hakim Ziyech:
“I’m excited to work with them, it’s fun to play with good players, it’s easy to play with them.
And those are two guys we know that are really talented guys so I’m really looking forward to it.
We can have a really strong team next season.
“I think there’s still work that needs to be done to catch Liverpool and Manchester City.
You can see this year that those two, especially Liverpool, have been just so consistent and dominant and that’s right where we want to be.
“We want to continue to be that consistent team week in, week out, in tough games, midweek games.
We want to be ready and be up for the challenge always.
And that’s what it’s going to take, We still have our work to do but that’s where we want to be.
“We want to continue to win trophies, that’s always a goal.
We want to continue to be a strong team, contending for that Premier League title.”