Loic Remy came on as a substitute against Hull City on Sunday and found the winner as Chelsea won 3-2 and moved six points clear at the top of the Premier League table.
The Frenchman, who replaced Diego Costa at the KC Stadium on Sunday, has only managed three league stats all season, and Jose Mourinho says he owes the former QPR striker more playing time.
Chelsea skipper John Terry said after the match:
“He’s a great asset for us to throw on with 20 minutes to go or even if Diego is out. He’s been a really big signing for us.”
Remy understands that Costa is the first choice striker at the club but he has no complaints. He is willing to wait for his chances and gives his best shot whenever his manager calls him to do a job for the team.
Chelsea will have couple of weeks break before their next game against Stoke City. Remy, who has missed out France national team call-up, wants to utilise the time by training properly.