Timo Werner is struggling for goals in his debut Premier League season.
Chelsea’s hottest summer signing Timo Werner is witnessing a nine-match goal drought in the Premier League.
He has eight goals and six assists in 21 games across all competitions this season but is yet to hit the peak of last season where he scored 34 goals for RB Leipzig.
The German forward recently admitted that the Premier League is more physical than he anticipated and he is struggling at the moment.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard believes that the forward will be quickly back in his goal-scoring form.
“I talk to him all the time but I don’t sense frustration,” said Lampard.
“I think it’s clear that as a striker you want to be scoring regularly, as he has done in his career.
“But at the same time every striker has moments when the ball doesn’t drop for you for whatever reasons.
“The positive thing is he’s getting chances in games, he’s using his attributes to get into the box, he’s getting chances, so they’ll come.”