Chelsea new-boy Timo Werner insists he feels right at home at Stamford Bridge.
The west Londoners signed the prolific German striker from RB Leipzig in the summer, splashing out £47.6million to acquire his services.
Werner made a slow start to his Chelsea career, failing to find the back of the net in his first three outings for his new club.
The Germany international, however, has since scored five goals in his last seven appearances for the Blues.
And it’s safe to say the 24-year-old’s rich vein of form is down to him finally feeling settled with his new team.
Timo Werner is settling into life at Chelsea well
When asked if he feels at home with Chelsea, the former Leipzig hitman told the club’s official website: “Yes, of course.
“When you come to a new league but I know the league now, I know which ways of my game are better for me and my team and teammates. I hope it carries on like this.”
Werner wasn’t the only Germany international Chelsea signed in their summer spending spree, in which the spent close to £230million.
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Blues boss Frank Lampard forked £72million to add former Bayer Leverkusen ace Kai Havertz to his starstudded midfield.
Werner reckons his countryman is also adapting well to life in the Premier League, saying: “I know him very well and he is one of the most talented players in the world.
“He can play like an old and wise player.
“I think he feels very well here. We talk a lot about settling in and he is very happy to be here.
“He has showed what he can bring into the team.
“For him, it’s important to score but he is much more than that. He plays a lot of key passes and moves.
Timo Werner reckons his Germany team-mate Kai Havertez is also settling well into life at Chelsea
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