Tammy Abraham is the starting striker for Chelsea. His back up Michy Batshuayi however, has no problem with it and wants to fight for a spot in the club.
The player has always been a back up player for the Blues but insists he is used to the role and has adjusted to the new role.
He also feels he has matured a lot more and is a lot more disciplined than he used to be. However, he describes himself as a cool guy and will not change that.
He said: “I have never been a full-fledged starter, but Chelsea is my club, that’s where I feel at home.
“It’s a club I love deeply.”
Batshuayi added: “When I was young, it’s true that I had some problems of discipline.
“But what young person doesn’t? Today, I’m 26 years old, I can channel myself and I work at training and in the game.
“I’m playful, but I choose my moments: at 0-0 I’m going to be serious, at 2 or 3-0 I’m going to play it up. Being cool is part of my personality.
“But it’s true: the pressure of football imposes the need to perform and win. The competition is raging, and seriousness is needed.”