Graham Potter has been doing his best to get the Blues back to it’s stand in the world of football, as he took over Chelsea FC as the new manager.
A lot of impressive performances from players have been improved under Potter and more is expected from him as he still maintain the 4th position in the EPL table.
Meanwhile, Chelsea forward, Kai Havertz has had a mixed bag so far in his Blues career.
He’s been inconsistent to say the least. Whilst we have seen many good spells from the German international and some great goals, most notably the one he scored to win Chelsea the Champions League recently, he has also not really quite done it enough to be considered to be having a successful career in English football yet.
But after three years at the club, could he now finally prove his worth and become the player we all expected and thought he would be?
A lot of the debate around Havertz has been his best position, and the player himself has been speaking on that in an interview late last night, as cited by The Evening Standard.
“After three years [at Chelsea], everyone should know by now what I can do, that I’m flexible up front and I can play a lot of different positions.
“Of course, sometimes it’s good to play in different positions and sometimes it’s bad, but in general I’m an offensive player. I like to be in the box. I like to score goals. I like to arrive in the box often and I don’t care if I’m there as a no9 or a no10. If I’m in the box, I’m there to score goals and that’s it.”