Thomas Tuchel has guided Chelsea back to the top four after an impressive performance since replacing sacked Frank Lampard.
The former Paris Saint Germain Coach is earning plenty of compliments for a job well done at Stamford Bridge. Tuchel replaced Lampard in January, and so far he guided to an impressive away win at Liverpool.
Also, Tuchel registered a draw against Manchester United and a win in a Champions League match against Atletico Madrid. As a result of the good run, Chelsea is in top four of the English Premier League and is determined to extend that.
Chelsea manager feels such nice words and praises should go to his players.
“I’m very flattered to have such compliments come my way. But all the plaudits and all the flowers should go to the players and to the club,’ Tuchel said.
“Chelsea, as an organization, have everything you need to be successful as a club. The setup is there and now it is my job as head coach of this football team to bring out the very best of both myself and the players,” he explained.
He continued, “There is no other way to express myself than with strong team performances. And I’m so happy to be on the sidelines here. I’m very happy with the unbelievable attitude my players have shown both towards training and games.
“In world football, the teams that stand out as successful are those who fight for one another. And this is exactly what I have found since I arrived at Chelsea.
“There is so much talent at this club and it’s a pleasure to work with this group every day and compete against other top managers and teams. We are enjoying this moment and working hard to maintain these levels,”
Chelsea is seeking to keep up the pace in the premier league top four when they welcome Carlo Ancelotti’s side, Everton on Monday. Chelsea is fourth one point ahead of fifth-place Everton who is playing against on Monday.