Willian has insisted that he is determined to prove his worth to manager Antonio Conte as he bids to hold down a regular place in the Chelsea first team.
The Brazilian playmaker has been in and out of the Blues team this season despite being widely regarded as one of the Blues’ top attacking talents.
Willian was in superb form on Tuesday night as he scored a goal and made two assists in a man of the match display during the 3-1 win over Huddersfield Town.
However, the 29-year-old has struggled to hold down a regular spot in the first team at Stamford Bridge this season, with the Brazilian having only started eight of Chelsea’s 17 Premier League games.
But the player himself has insisted that he is not fazed by his lack of playing time and insists that he will continue to give his all whenever called upon by Conte.
Speaking to BT Sport after Tuesday’s clash with Huddersfield Town, Willian said: “Always when I play, I want to play well. I want to try to make the difference.
“I always want to play every game but only 11 players can start. I always want to do my job.”
Willian will be hoping to feature for Chelsea when the Blues return to Premier League action on Saturday with a home game against Southampton at Stamford Bridge.
The west London side are currently third in the table as they bid to try and keep themselves in the race for the title.
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