After scoring against Tottenham in a 3-0 win last night, Chelsea striker Loic Remy hopes he’s given manager Jose Mourinho food for thought, reports Sky
“When you’re a striker you want to score every game. The opportunity was there because Diego (Costa) wasn’t involved. For me it’s important I took my chance. (Mourinho) can count on me any time he wants. I want to play, that is why I work hard during training sessions. But we have good strikers and the others are very professional. (But) every time the manager wants to use me, I try to do my best,” he said.
Remy signed from Queens Park Rangers in the summer, and has scored three goals and made one assist in nine games, but is averaging a goal scored or created every 113 minutes, which will certainly pique Mourinho’s interest.
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