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Timo Werner has been getting the sticks in recent weeks due to his inability to find the back of the net.
Werner had gone on a barren run until his recent goal against Morecambe, where he scored the second for Chelsea in the FA Cup third round tie.
Werner was a second half substitute against Fulham on Saturday, but missed an awesome chance after being placed one on one with the goalkeeper.
Arsenal legend Ian Wright has revealed that this is a normal phase for a striker, and all Werner needs to do now is to keep scoring in training and that the goals will come afterwards.
Ian Wright was asked on Match of the Day what he used to do during bad spells in front of goal, to which he replied: “I just kept trying to score in training because if you do that, then the muscle memory will be there in the game.
“Obviously the crowd come in and you do get a few nerves… but I didn’t really! [laughs]”