Kai Havertz has opened up on his first season struggles at Chelsea.
Speaking about the game against Leeds, Havertz said (via Chelsea’s official website): “It’s a little bit disappointing because we were the better team, but we don’t score enough goals. We are not clinical enough in front of the goal.
“We had good chances, and I had two myself, but it’s not easy to score in this league. We have to keep on going to create chances, and hopefully in the next few games some more goals will come for us. We have to keep our heads up because the next game is Wednesday, and it is very important.”
Moreover, Havertz refused to make any excuses, confessing that he needs to improve.
“The coronavirus is now over [for me], and I feel good, I had a little injury in the past few weeks, but it’s now time to play good,” he added.
“I have to improve my game. It has not been easy for me, but there are no excuses. I just have to keep on working, and hopefully there will be a big turnaround soon. I will give it my best.”