Ben Chilwell has insisted that Chelsea are primed to win ‘a lot of silverware’ in the next few years.
Frank Lampard’s side had a busy summer on the transfer front. They spent over £200m on new signings, which includes new attacking recruits Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech and Kai Havertz.
Chelsea also spent big to improve their defence by signing Chilwell, Thiago Silva and Edouard Mendy.
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The Blues have started the new season strongly, as they are unbeaten in eleven games. They sit fourth in the Premier League with four wins, three draws and one defeat.
They are also the top scorers in the division with 20 goals from their opening eight league games.
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In an interview with Chelsea’s official club website, Chilwell said that they are primed to win many trophies in the next few years:
“I feel like I needed a new challenge in my career.
“Chelsea are one of the biggest teams in Europe, and with the players that were brought in, I was eager at 23 years old to come and try to help this team win trophies.
“Talking to a lot of the other boys that have come in, they are saying the same. If you look at the way we’ve been playing the last month, if we keep working hard, then over the next year, two, three, four, five years, we can win a lot of silverware.
“Since I’ve come in I have felt pretty comfortable,” added a man who has already recorded two goals through 10 appearances.
“That’s down to the manager, the coaching staff and the players. Everyone has made me feel very welcome. Also, the style of football we play suits me perfectly.
“The manager and the coaching staff are always telling me to get in at the back post and get up there and score more goals and get more assists. I can’t be happy just to put crosses in, but want to score and get more assists. I have tried to add that to my game this season.
“Defensively, playing alongside the likes of Thiago Silva, [Kurt] Zouma, Reece [James], Azpi [Cesar Azpilicueta], Edou [Mendy] behind, everyone that’s been there has been brilliant.
“When you’re playing with people around you who you are confident in, it gives you more confidence in the way you play. I feel like I have found it comfortable because of how everyone has been with me.”
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