Ahead of our speedy re-visitation of Stamford Extension activity with the visit of Wolverhampton Wanderers this evening, Marc Cucurella has been talking about the inquisitive instance of his old manager turning into his new manager, getting a charge out of life in the enormous city and the significance of gathering speed in the approaching games…
The defender enjoyed last season with Graham Potter at Brighton and Hove Albion, assisting the Seagulls in accomplishing their most noteworthy Premier Association finish of 10th. He was a vital piece of Potter’s adaptable way to deal with framework and shape, conveyed in various jobs down the left-hand side, and impressed such a lot that he procured a summer move to Stamford Extension.
Potter’s prosperity likewise got the attention and as he prepares for his most recent association assignment accountable for the Blues, Cucurella has been pondering their sooner-than-anticipated gathering.
‘It’s unusual however this is football,’ said the Spaniard. ‘I never envisioned it and I don’t think he at any point envisioned we would be here together yet it’s a benefit.
‘The main thing is he’s a generally excellent coach. He has previously accomplished some great work here, the group is exceptionally great and he functions admirably so we have a notable individual to dominate matches and to keep this group on an undeniable level.’
Cucurella talked in his authority uncovering press gathering about his and his family’s affection for London, in any event, remarking about driving past Stamford Scaffold and respecting the startling sight of a football arena in the city.
During the new global break, the 24-year-old utilized his extra opportunity to investigate the capital and sink into new environmental elements.
‘Last season, consistently off with my family we came to London,’ he proceeded. ‘We love the city and presently we have the chance to live here, to remain nearer and not excessively far from the city.
‘It’s extremely decent for us since we have another house and we have loads of things to prepare the house for us to reside in.’
Chelsea’s new record against Wolves has been troublesome with four games without a success and Cucurella feels the physical and serious style of play showed by the present rivals encapsulates the vigor of English football.
It is that force that struck the full-back from the get-go in his Premier Association vocation, regardless of whether he has adjusted and developed more sure throughout recent months.
‘The players are large competitors here and it’s more physical,’ he made sense of. ‘If you lose the ball in the case, it’s a counter-attack. In my most memorable game in the Premier Association, I lost the ball on the midway line and the rivals had a decent opportunity.
‘Presently I’m more established and my style isn’t just physical. I assume I play great with the ball, I see the spaces, and my brain works speedier.
‘At the point when I was more youthful, at whatever point I lost or played seriously, the following game I was extremely apprehensive yet presently, assuming that my psyche remains great, I can keep my level high. That is one reason I have much more trust in myself.’