Graham Potter said, “The challenge is having players believe in it and how it works.”
Chelsea manager Graham Potter has explained how he wants his team to play.
The Englishman has taken the reins at Stamford Bridge following the dismissal of Thomas Tuchel.
Potter spoke to the club’s website: “I want a tactically flexible, attacking, possession-based team.
“Players that are brave, that aren’t afraid to make mistakes. That can get on the ball and show courage and really try to enjoy their football.
“If the players are enjoying their football, there’s a chance that the supporters will enjoy it as well. That’s how you grow and develop as a club.
“Styles of play don’t make you win games. The challenge is having players believe in it and how it works.
“In my position you cannot use time as an excuse. You can talk philosophy, identity, all these nice words, but you have to think in the short term as well.
“We are in a results game and you have to try and do your best to win.”