Chelsea boss Graham Potter has admitted Chelsea must improve on our attacking play ahead of Saturday’s Premier League clash against Southampton.
“I don’t like to use luck as something to wait for because it’s something you can’t control, clearly you need that in a game but it’s not for us to think about,” said Potter.
“The Dortmund game, in terms of chances created, was a positive for us, if we can maintain that that’s the challenge for us, and then the quality of player we have in the final positions we can score.
“The criticism for us, the fair criticism, something we’ve been looking to improve over a period is we haven’t attacked as well as I’d like us to.
“Attacking well means creating chances, sustaining chances, good chances, chances how you want them to look.
“It was closer against Dortmund, good in the first part of the game against West Ham but the challenge is to do it over 90 minutes. It’s not as simple as that, of course, because it’s the Premier League and there’s an opponent there but that’s what we need to do.”