Mykhailo Mudryk makes major promise in statement move after Chelsea transfer

Chelsea winger Mykhailo Mudryk

Chelsea winger Mykhailo Mudryk has promised that the best is yet to come from him in his first English interview since moving to Stamford Bridge.

Mudryk arrived at the club in January 2023 from Shakhtar Donetsk but has struggled to adapt to life in the Premier League. In his first full campaign in England, the 23-year-old has scored six goals and grabbed two assists.

However, his last goal in the Premier League came back at the beginning of March in the 3-2 victory over Newcastle United. The Ukrainian forward is not disheartened by a difficult start to his Blues career though and he has made a pledge to the supporters.

Speaking to Sky Sports News, Mudryk said: "I don't reach my full potential because of some of the reasons. I need some time and [there is] a lot of stuff to improve.

"We will see in the future, my potential will increase. I am doing good, but I can be better.

"Everything is good, London is a nice city and Chelsea are a big club. Thank you to all my teammates and the people around me they help me a lot to [help me] feel myself in good conditions."

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Mudryk will be back in action on Sunday afternoon when the Blues host West Ham United in the Premier League. A victory for Chelsea over David Moyes' side will put them in firm contention in the battle for Europa League qualification.

They would move above Manchester United who are in action on Monday night at Crystal Palace.