How the Chelsea stars feel about Graham Potter and why the loss of the Champions League will not lead to a dead end

Ruben Loftus-Cheek explains how Chelsea's team feels about each other. Head coach Graham Potter with the next 47 years. Under growing pressure during her first season at the club

Ruben Loftus-Cheek described how Chelsea's team is behind Graham Potter and how there is a "tremendous respect" for the head coach

The Blues have recently reached a decent form, winning three of their final four games in all competitions, which has. Totally changed the atmosphere around the club. However, upon entering it. The game at Leeds United—the first of their last four games—was very different.

Notwithstanding outside speculation that Potter had lost the locker room, with some claiming one. Few players were dissatisfied with the way he handled things, which never happened according to. Loftus - Plays. Chelsea midfielder insisted on the fact that "every player" has one. "Tremendous respect" for the 47-year-old and believe he's the right man to run the club before.

I think the way he looks from the outside is very different from the way we feel in the club and the practice field," he said. Chelsea middle ground stated in an interview with talkSPORT. We have a lot of respect for Graham Potter and we all feel that he is a good manager.

We got off to a really good start, we had a hard time, but now we're starting to play. Better football. During that difficult time, we pulled together and were behind him 100 per cent

From the outside, it might not have sounded like this. Not from me, not from me. Of all the players, we were just behind the manager and we believed in the players and the band."

Chelsea is in 10th position in the Premier League, eleven points behind Tottenham. Fourth, the qualification hopes for the Champions League via the league therefore seem very slim. But whether the Blues are winning the European competition, with two legs from a quarter-final against. Real Madrid on the horizon, they are going to qualify in this way

Questioned about Chelsea's primary goal this season, Loftus-Cheek responded: "Well, we're not winning the league. We are out of the cup [the two mugs - the FA Cup and the Carabao Cup]. Champions League, that's all we got.

I don't think it's the Champions League or the bust, we still have a little more time in the Premier. Leaderboard to jump the table. But from our point of view, the Champions League is where we are. Champions We need to emphasize the league and give ourselves the best chance to win."

Loftus-Cheek hopes to end the season beautifully one way or the other. The midfielder's contract with Chelsea comes to an end in a little over 12 months. The club has not yet begun discussions with him about extending his stay in west London.

When the summer transfer window arrives, each year it appears that Loftus-Cheek is related to a move away from the club, But he played an important role in the first team this season. He has played 27 Blues games this season in all competitions, totaling 1634 minutes. He is well on his way to at least equal last season's total of 2,160 minutes in the remaining games of the campaign.

There is still much soccer to play before now and then, however, and Loftus-Cheek is. Will is an important part of Potter's plan at that time.

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