Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard has come out to say that Timo Werner is being hard on himself amid his goal drought. Lampard recently revealed that he and his players need to do everything possible to support the German during this bad period.
According to him, even if it is hard to see the ex RB Leipzig player sad in the dressing room, it shows he really wants to excel for the team on the pitch.
He added that Werner’s current reaction to his poor run of form is proof that he is willing to get back to the top.
His words, “He may be hard on himself because any striker the level that he is who is worth their salt … will be hard on themselves,”
“That’s how you get to the top with the desire to score goals. I was happy when he gets on and gets into the positions to score goals, particularly the one that went wide as that’s where I have seen him score so many goals in his career so far. He will score those in future.
“Him being hard on himself is not a problem, but I hope he feels my support. The only way out of a hard patch is to train and train, keep your attitude right and stay positive. Sometimes you need help with that.
“That can come from me or his team-mates; we all want him to do well. We have a really competitive nature in the group with options in forward areas so they are all willing each other to do well.
“Timo will get there no problem, he can be hard on himself and he has my support.”
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