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Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic has had a decent season at Chelsea, as it has been a campaign of ups and downs in his first year in the Premier League.
After completing a £58m move to Stamford Bridge from Borussia Dortmund, the 21-year-old American has struggled to win a steady place in Frank Lampard’s starting eleven.
Pulisic has scored six goals in 23 matches for Chelsea but has spent much time on the bench before playing his last game against Brighton on New Year’s Day as an adductor injury halted his progress.
Ahead of the season’s resumption, Pulisic has revealed that he’s working on increasing his effectiveness in front of goal by recording more goals and assists, and he’s also aiming to be stronger on the ball – a key feature of Eden Hazard’s game that made the Belgian a Premier League delight.
“I want to learn to be even more clinical in front of goal continue to boost my numbers, get more goals and assists,” Pulisic told Sky Sports.
“I want to be stronger on the ball, being able to hold off players and those are two areas that I’m definitely working on.”