Despite only scoring one goal for Chelsea since moving to Stamford Bridge from Arsenal in a £19 million pound deal last January, Olivier Giroud has put in some impressive displays for his new club.
The 31-year-old striker has struck up a good relationship with the Blues other attackers Eden Hazard and Willian. Giroud’s ability to hold the ball up and link the play seems to suit how his manager Antonio Conte wants his teams to play.
Speaking to Goal the talented frontman revealed he fully believes he made the right decision in swapping the Emirates for Stamford Bridge.
“I want to be at my best level now, I am working hard in training to be ready. Of course, sometimes you can close your eyes and score and sometimes the goal gets smaller like the other game [Crystal Palace].
“Trust me, I keep working hard and I am doing my best to reach my targets. So you can count on me to do my best, to be at my best level as soon as I can. I feel very good. I try to do what the boss asks me to do on the pitch.
“If I play, I try to give the best for the team and it is not up to me to speak about tactics. Yes, I feel very good on the pitch and I am trying to help the team to reach our targets. Obviously, the top four is the main target and the FA Cup as well. That’s it.”