Timo Werner is struggling for gametime this season.
The Chelsea team has bolstered their squad with the signing of Romelu Lukaku from Inter Milan this summer.
German duo Kai Havertz and Timo Werner has struggled to adapt to the Premier League and have to fight with Mason Mount, Hakim Ziyech and Christian Pulisic for their places.
Michael Owen expects a lot more from the club’s two big-money signings from last summer.
‘If I could describe them [Chelsea] in one way it would be: efficient,’ Owen told Premier League Productions.
‘They do not look like conceding a thing, they don’t look like scoring five or six goals, but they’re just brutal, ruthlessly efficient at the moment.
‘They’ve got a very solid base in midfield, big squad, they just look like they’re a well-oiled machine at the minute.
‘Even one or two injuries, as long as it’s not to the main man up front, they look like they’ve got cover in every position.
‘They’re actually carrying one or two players that aren’t really hitting it off; Werner’s not been a good signing as of yet, question marks about Havertz, he keeps playing him but I’m waiting to see him put in some really good performances.
‘So there’s still a couple of players you expect to see a bit more out of, but even without them they are just steamrolling.’