New Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel gave a positive reply when asked if he would be able to win the English Premier League title after taking charge of his first game which ended in a goalless home draw against Wolves last night.
The German international wasn’t sure of his reply as his response didn’t claim he could deliver the League which has always been the top priority of the club when bringing in any new manager to handle the team in any given period of time.
Chelsea currently sits on the eight position on the League table after last night draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers and Thomas Tuchel was full of positives about his team performance as he responded to a question concerning his ability to win the EPL.
Indeed some sign of good football was seen from the game last night despite to goal scored by the team as the manager only had two days to train with his team after taking over from Frank Lampard who was sacked on Monday.
When asked if he could win Chelsea the Premier League, Thomas Tuchel responded saying:
‘The Premier League title?, it’s so far now you know. ‘We just have to be totally realistic.
‘When you become a Chelsea player or manager, the main goal is to challenge for titles. That means the Premier League, English Cups, and the Champions League.
‘But, we must now remain realistic. There are some many clubs between us and fourth and big points in between us. Now, we must not lose the focus, but stay and work together on a daily basis.
‘This is how to start. We must focus on our strengths and qualities and build a team nobody wants to face. My job is to do that as fast as possible.
‘We created good chances and more chances every minute. We stop any possible dangerous counter-attacks from Wolves.
‘I have said this to everyone, there’s no room for poor performance and doubt. In fact, I was very happy with our performance.’
Chelsea next game will be against Burnley as the new man in charge will be hoping to claim his first three points against a side that has recorded back to back win in their last two games which will be another hard game for the Blues to cruise away.