Chelsea new boss, Thomas Tuchel opened up over four players following the 0-0 draw with Wolves in his first Premier League game incharge of the Blues.
The German boss had just one training session after he signed his 18-month contract on Tuesday following the sacking of Frank Lampard.
Despite their domination of possession at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday Chelsea were unable to penetrate a stubborn Wolves defence.
But Tuchel has got the chance to learn a lot from his players and hinted at key roles for four players due to his admiration of them from afar.
He said, “The funny thing is when you join a team in the middle of the season, I already know the likes of Kai [Havertz], Timo [Werner], Toni [Rudiger].
“I wanted many years to have N’Golo Kante in my team and now I have him here, also Olivier Giroud, we have a clear picture.
“I have been following the Premier League for many years both in Dortmund and in Paris so I have a clear picture of what the guys are capable of.
“To find a guy like Azpilicueta in your office is simply amazing because in the end I am also a fan of football.
“In Christian for sure I know very well what he is capable of. He had a big, big input, it was an unfair decision for him today to not start, I told him it was only because I know what he can bring from the bench.
“I am not sure what the others can do but I know you can bring things for us and absolutely change it for us.
“He did amazing and he told me at half time ‘coach, you have been pronouncing the name Azpi wrong’ so he helped me with that!”
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