Chelsea midfielder Saúl Niguez was speaking in an interview with Fabrizio Romano a couple of hours ago.
The Spaniard had a debut to forget last weekend against Aston Villa as he had to be withdrawn after a poor first half display in front of the home fans.
The midfielder is however willing and ready to bounce back and according to him, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel told him not to worry about his debut and has put trust in him.
Many players have also tried to help Saúl and according to him, Thiago Silva told him of how he struggled on his debut against West Brom last season.
Saul Niguez is also impressed with the Chelsea project and according to him, it’s an ambitious project as they are signing top players but also rebuilding with young players.
The former Atletico Madrid man is also hoping to be back to his best for Chelsea in the next two months and he’d be taking English lessons thrice a week as part of the ways to adjust to a new country and a new culture.
Chelsea fans would be hoping to see Saúl Niguez hit that form that saw him become one of the biggest talents in Europe few seasons back and he has thanked the fans for helping him despite not having the greatest debut.