Former England international Rob Green signed for Chelsea today, as he signed a one-year deal with the club.
Green joined the Blues as a third choice goalkeeper to replace Eduardo, and the former West Ham shot stopper has revealed that he’s willing to use his experience to help the club.
With many Chelsea fans complaining about the age of the new Chelsea keeper, who’s 38, Green has revealed that he’s here to help the club and use his experience to help the younger players.
He told the official Chelsea website: “With my experience and knowing the Premier League and knowing Chelsea as an opponent, it is to help in any shape or form that the manager and the coaches see fit.
“My experience is something that I have used over the last couple of years with the younger squads that I have been in. Obviously this squad has experience itself, and my role is to help in any shape or form that I can to support the keepers and to learn of them.
“I am still learning at my age and maybe the younger guys can discuss things and learn off me, and in that regards I can help. If I can keep on improving then so be it. The day you want to stop improving is the day you finish and I have not finished yet, I want to carry on improving.”