Chelsea's Chilwell says Lampard's side can win 'a lot of silverware'

Chelsea’s Ben Chilwell insists Frank Lampard’s side ‘can win a lot of silverware’ as left back opens up on new challenge after £50m summer switch from Leicester

  • Defender Ben Chilwell expects to win ‘a lot of silverware’ at Stamford Bridge
  • The left back joined Frank Lampard’s side for £50million in the summer window
  • The 23-year-old reveals he wants to add more goals and assists to his game  
  • Chelsea are currently fifth in the table, three points behind leaders Leicester  

Chelsea left back Ben Chilwell expects to win ‘a lot of silverware’ at Stamford Bridge and believes he made the right decision to join the Blues.  

The 23-year-old came through the Leicester City academy and spent 11 years with the Foxes, but moved to the west London club in the summer for £50million.

While at the King Power Stadium Chilwell made 123 appearances across all competitions, and gained international recognition when he made his senior England debut in 2018. 

Ben Chilwell (left) believes he and his team-mates can win a lot of trophies for the Blues

‘I feel like I needed a new challenge in my career,’ he told Chelsea’s official website on the reasons behind his move.

‘Chelsea are one of the biggest teams in Europe, and with the players that were brought in, I was eager at 23 years old to come and try help this team win trophies.

‘Talking to a lot of the other boys that have come in, they are saying the same. If you look at the way we’ve been playing the last month, if we keep working hard, then over the next year, two, three, four, five years, we can win a lot of silverware.’ 

The 23-year-old left back became a regular in the England squad during his time at Leicester 

The England international joined during Chelsea’s big summer spending spree that saw the Blues bring in the likes of Kai Havertz, Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech and the left back has revealed how he plans to further develop his game at the club. 

‘The manager and the coaching staff are always telling me to get in at the back post and get up there and score more goals and get more assists. I can’t be happy just to put crosses in, but want to score and get more assists. I have tried to add that to my game this season.’

Chilwell has had an encouraging start to his Stamford Bridge career scoring two goals and assisting another two in the Premier League.

The Blues are currently fifth in the table and have won four and lost one of their opening eight fixtures, they’re three points behind league leaders Leicester. 

Next up for Lampard’s side is a trip to Newcastle for a lunchtime kick-off on November 21.

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard spent £50million to prise Chilwell away from Leicester City

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