Chelsea manager Graham Potter has had a fine start to his career as Chelsea manager.
After an unfortunate 1-1 draw with RB Salzburg, Potter’s side has gone on to win three straight games on the bounce, with the latest being a 3-0 victory over Wolves.
Speaking after the game, Graham Potter hailed his side’s performance, although he was disappointed that his team didn’t score earlier in the game.
“It wasn’t easy, that’s for sure,” he said.
“These games never are in the Premier League, especially when we played on Wednesday in a big game.
“To recover and to prepare was not straightforward but we’ve got a really good group that are committed, that are together, that are fighting for each other, so it’s positive.
“I thought we played well in the first half. Disappointed maybe not to score a bit earlier than we did, but I think the goal was important when it came.
“Then credit to Wolves, I thought they started the second half well and we had to adjust a little bit, scored at the right time, and maybe that’s the bit of breathing space you need in the game.
“Then for Armando to finish off is great for us, but it wasn’t a straightforward game, we had to fight for it and credit to the boys they did that.”