Werner joined Chelsea in the summer from RB Leipzig for around £50million, but he has struggled since then.
Werner, however, is refusing to give up and he is drawing upon Drogba’s slow start at Stamford Bridge as inspiration.
Drogba managed just 10 League goals during his first season at Chelsea back in 2004/05, but he went on to help the club win four Premier League titles and the Champions League over two spells.
“A lot of good strikers come to the Premier League and take one year to settle down and adapt,” Werner told the BBC’s show Football Focus.
“I think my form is going up and getting better and better. Maybe this year is not the year of goalscoring for Timo but at the end I will reflect on the season.
“I have learned a lot. I know exactly the teams we play against, how they play. It was tough for me [when I wasn't scoring] because I want to help the team. I want to score, it's in my nature, I am a striker.
“I never had it in my career before. You can always learn more from bad situations. I learned to trust in myself, to give everything on the pitch, not only think about goals and fight for the team.
“Now I hope this period is gone and I score a few more goals until the end of the season.”
After working under Frank Lampard, Werner is now learning under new Chelsea boss - and fellow German - Thomas Tuchel.
It is early days for the pair’s new relationship, but Werner believes it will benefit him.
“I can talk to him very easily,” he said.
“When he screams on the pitch, no problem for me. I need types of managers who scream at me. It gives me more power.”