Thomas Tuchel heaps praise on Timo Werner who still remains an important part of his plans.
The 25-year old forward endured a difficult campaign last year when he joined Stamford Bridge from RB Leipzig as he managed just six goals in his debut year.
The Blues have signed Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku to bolster their attacking options.
Tuchel claims that Werner still remains a crucial part of the Chelsea squad following the record signing of Lukaku from Inter Milan.
‘I am sure that we will find games and solutions where we play with both of them (Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku),’ said Tuchel.
‘We did already and Timo and Romelu can be a good fit together. Timo loves to play around a reference up front and Romelu is clearly our reference up front being a tall and physical player.
‘The most important is he finds his rhythm and confidence and joy and makes his point and makes his way into the team.
The players are in charge to take their positions and fight for their positions and once they have it to not give it away.
‘We are very happy that he scored and played (for Germany in the international break) and on we go.
‘We have not too many players but we have players with high quality and high ambition and Timo is clearly a guy that we count on and that is absolutely necessary we have him on high level.’