Chelsea manager Graham Potter says his side have made some progress since he took over at the Blues. Chelsea are scheduled to host Wolves in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge on Friday, October 8.
Chelsea manager Graham Potter has just completed a month at the club. (AP Photo)
- Graham Potter said he will focus on the next match
- Graham Potter says Chelsea still have a long way to go
- Chelsea host Wolves in the Premier League on October 8
Chelsea manager Graham Potter says his side have made “a bit of progress” since he joined the Blues.
Potter, who is celebrating a month in charge of Chelsea, said: “I think we’ve made a bit of progress based on (my) first day as you would expect and hope.
“There’s still a long way to go and I think we just have to focus on the next game. It’s that simple. We’ve got this incredible amount of games to play (before the World Cup). Think more about what’s going to happen at the end of the season and focus on the next game.”
Chelsea host Wolves in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, October 8. Asked about welcoming their former player Diego Costa, Potter said: “We’ve got a lot of respect for him, for his career, for what he’s achieved. He’s a Wolves player, he’s going to come in and be ready to play.
“Everyone at this club knows how good he is, I’ve followed his career from afar and I have a lot of respect for him and what he’s achieved as a player. With so many attacking players who can hurt you, we have to be ready.”
Spanish striker Costa, who won two Premier League titles with Chelsea, has signed a contract with Wolves until the end of the season. He is expected to play on Saturday.
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