Broja keen to repay Graham Potter’s trust

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Armando Broja ready to repay Graham Potter trust as he makes claims of developing himself at Chelsea.

Chelsea forward Armando Broja is keen to repay the trust given to him by the Blues new manager Graham Potter.

The 21-year-old scored his first senior goal in the Blues victory over Wolves and has been involved in all but one of Chelsea’s Champions League group games this season.

Dinamo Zagreb, who defeated Chelsea in their first game of the Champions League this season will visit the Stamford Bridge and Broja is ready to make impact in the game of called upon.

Speaking at a press conference prior ahead of the Champions League game, Broja also reflected on the stiff competition for places at his boyhood club, though he started by taking the positives from his first four months as a senior player at Stamford Bridge.

“I’m a player who plays quite freely,” he said. “I love playing football so when the manager does trust me to make an impact, I try to help the team with a goal, an assist or just playing well and trying to create some chances for the team. It’s all about positive opportunities.

“A lot of young players can get upset with not as much playing time but I try to look at the positives and try to develop myself as a footballer and a person.

“Working with top footballers around me is positive so I try to maintain that in training, look forward to the opportunities that the manager does give me, and try to make the most of them. It’s encouraging that he trusts me to come on the pitch to impact matches and change performances around.”



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