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Christian Pulisic signed up for Chelsea in the January transfer window, as the Blues signed the American for £58m.
Pulisic made 127 senior appearances for Borussia Dortmund and at 20, he has already become a key player for the US national team, even wearing the captain band in the Gold Cup during the summer – a tournament where he scored 3 goals and assisted 3.
Pulisic bagged a brace as Chelsea defeated RB Salzburg 5-3 in our 6th pre-season game of the summer, and he scored for the first time in a Chelsea shirt.
Speaking ahead of next season, Pulisic has now revealed that he’s ready to score lots of goals for the Blues.
He said: “It was a big relief to score my first goals for Chelsea.
“Being a new signing and coming into the club, I felt I needed to prove myself and wanted to show the guys early on, especially my team-mates, that I can play too. Hopefully I have done that a bit and earned their respect.
“It’s what I’m out there to do. I’m in an attacking position. I want to score goals, I want to help with assists and do a lot of good things.
“I’m not trying to fill the gap left by Eden, he was an unbelievable player. I want to be my own player, to look at me like that, do the best I can for the team.”