Michy Bathsuayi started just one Premier League game for Chelsea last season as Chelsea boss Antonio Conte rarely rotated his team and didn’t trust the Belgian enough.
Batshuayi turned his season around after scoring in Chelsea’s last three Premier League games including his title-winning goal against West Brom.
In an interview with The Guardian, Batshuayi revealed he has grown as a player despite the frustration of limited time out on the pitch.
“I have lived difficult moments, but it’s in times like those that you learn the most,” Batshuayi told The Guardian.
“Certainly when you’re surrounded by top class players, like Cesc Fàbregas, Eden Hazard, all of them, you only can make progress in a situation like that.
“I haven’t played a lot, you know, but I managed to scored one of the most important goals. It gave me a boost. Good for me, good for the team.
“Of course I wanted to play more. And of course I wanted to score more goals. That’s normal.”