'However long it is': Broja prepared to fight for his place at Chelsea

'However long it is': Broja prepared to fight for his place at Chelsea

Chelsea youngster Armando Broja spoke to the club website about the competition for places in the starting XI and the arrival of Aubameyang.

The 20-year-old reassured fans that he's here to buckle down and fight for his place in the team.

"However long it is, I try to give my all to the team, the club and the fans," Broja said. "Every time I do come on the pitch, I just focus on how I can help.

"If I can score, get an assist or just use my work-rate to hunt the ball down, I want to help the team as much as possible. "I’ve always been a confident boy so it’s important for me to keep that and remain confident. I feel like I can help the team a lot so I’ll keep doing my best on and off the pitch in every way I can.

"You know if you’re on the bench that you now have more opportunities so everybody is preparing themselves mentally and physically to come on.

"That can happen at any point, whether it’s in the last minute or half-time, whenever you’re needed depending on how the game is going. It’s about being ready, expecting it and staying focused.

"He’s a great player who has done a lot in his career so far and now he’s come to Chelsea I can learn a lot from him," he added on Aubameyang.

"He’s done it at Arsenal and at Barcelona so he’s a good addition and he seems like a very good guy.

"I’m excited to learn from him and a few things he has learned over the years. It’s always good to have that competition in the team."
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