Chelsea put an end to their two-game losing streak on Monday, by picking up a 3-0 victory at Stamford Bridge over London rivals West Ham United.
The scoring was opened early by a Thiago Silva header, but Chelsea had to wait for their next goals until the 78th minute.
Tammy Abraham hit a quick-fire double to ensure the Blues picked up all three points and climbed back up to fifth in the Premier League table.
After the game, here’s what manager Frank Lampard had to say.
“Yes, I am not worried on that front. Every striker will want to be scoring goals and that’s what they ultimately get judged on. That’s why Timo was a great acquisition for us because of the level of goals that he has scored for us over the last few years.”
“So, again, I will say it is a player in a new league who needs time to settle. That’s not the whole story with Timo, he is getting into positions regularly, scaring them and giving them a problem. At the moment, it is not quite going for him but that moment will change if he keeps working hard and we will see goals from Timo Werner for sure.”