Chelsea new boy Hakim Ziyech admits he takes inspiration from club legend Eden Hazard and feels at home at Stamford Bridge.
Ziyech was signed by Frank Lampard in the summer transfer in order to give this Chelsea a bit more attacking flair on the width, and so far in his short time at the club, Ziyech has made a real impression on the club and fans.
He has become an integral part of Frank Lampards side, and has opened up and admitted that he takes inspiration from club legend Eden Hazard, who was easily the most important player at the club during his time at the Bridge.
He told Chelsea’s website: “So far, I’m happy. I feel good and at home. Those things are the most important for how you perform on the pitch.
“Eden is a world-class player and you always take inspiration from that.
“You look at the small things – how he’s playing the game, how he’s doing stuff and I know I can still learn a lot from him.”
Ziyech is certainly a player that gives Chelsea more of a threat from the right, and if he can continue the good performances that he has started with this season, then it will be seen as a very good buy from the Blues.
As a said, Hazard was a legend at the club and a player that should be watched as he literally dominated the Premier League during his time in England.
If Ziyech can he half as good, that is all that Lampard wants