Hakim Ziyech bagged his second man of the match in as many starts for Chelsea on Saturday.
The Moroccan missed the beginning of the season with some injuries but has started the last two matches. In that time, he has scored two goals and assisted one and it has been perfect this week for Ziyech.
“Life at Chelsea is good, I am where I am supposed to be,” Ziyech told the club’s website.
“I feel good and feel at home and everything is fine.”
The former Ajax winger is expected to lead the young pack of attackers at Chelsea being the most experienced winger of the lot. Ziyech was lauded by manager Frank Lampard after the win at Turf Moor.
Asked about Lampard’s comments, the playmaker added: “It is one of the most important things, that you play with confidence and don’t be scared of making mistakes.”
Chelsea have looked solid of late keeping five clean sheets in their last six matches. Their new recruits have not only gelled well in attack with Werner and Havertz scoring 9 and assisting 6 combined in 10 matches but in defence as well with Silva, Chilwell and Mendy yet to concede a goal everytime they have started a match together.