Arsenal legend Ian Wright has praised Chelsea striker Timo Werner after his brace against Southampton on Saturday.
Wright insists he was ‘not worried’ about the Chelsea summer signing’s lack of goals in the Premier League before he scored twice in a thrilling draw with Southampton.
Asked whether Werner’s goals against Southampton will be his first of many for Chelsea, Wright told Match of the Day: “Yeah, I think so.
“When you look at the way he’s played, he didn’t look too worried about not scoring.
“It’s the movement and the runs he’s making. You look at Werner, Mount and Havertz… something is happening between them.
“Once Chelsea can get it all going, I think they’re going to cause problems. I wasn’t worried about him [Werner] not getting goals.
“Once they get it going, they will be a real problem. They need to cut out the mistakes because going forward they look really dangerous.”